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A nice review of the diminutive Sharp Muramasa CV-50F has been published on the French web site Sorobangeeks and although the translated article is a bit difficult to read it seems they really like the tiny notebook computer. The Sharp packs a surprising amount of punch […]

Sharp_muramasa_pic_1A nice review of the diminutive Sharp Muramasa CV-50F has been published on the French web site Sorobangeeks and although the translated article is a bit difficult to read it seems they really like the tiny notebook computer. The Sharp packs a surprising amount of punch in a very svelte form and even throws in some welcome features too. The only potential weak spot that makes me go hmmm is the decision to use the Transmeta Efficeon processor (1 Ghz) of which I have read conflicting opinions. But the Muramasa can take up to 512 MB of memory and has both a CF and a SD slot for maximum expansion possibilities. One of the neatest features is a direct USB cable that lets you connect the Sharp to another computer, where the Sharp then appears as an external disk drive for easy copying. The review has a lot of detailed photos of the Muramasa and it is amazing to see just how small the notebook really is.(via Sorobangeeks)To check out the complete specs of the Sharp Muramasa just continue reading.

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  1. Kevin C. Tofel Friday, October 22, 2004

    This is an appealing package; one that is a nice compromise between a PDA and a full sized laptop….Dynamism has an open box unit for $1759.

    KCT

  2. Those photos show how small it really is. The ones with the U50 sitting on top of it are amazing.

  3. This screen size 7.2″ is perfect for the Mini Tablet PC I defined earlier. :)

  4. Kevin C. Tofel Friday, October 22, 2004

    Your Mini Tablet PC post is what got me looking at the Muremasa in the first place! If it could handle Tablet Edition and had a pen-enabled swivel screen, I’d take out a second mortgage without blinking….
    KCT

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