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While I doubt you can run Freecell on this thing let alone view YouTube videos, if you’re looking for an uber-small laptop that you can mess around with Linux on, you might want to look at this red hot eCost deal.

This is called the Augen E-Go 533 Netbook and it has a 7-inch screen and runs Windows CE (??). Here are the specs:

7″ color LCD screen displays everything in vivid detail.
Windows CE 5.0 operating system.
2 GB data storage
Windows-compatible software for e-mail, and creating and editing spreadsheets and word-processing documents.
2 standard USB ports; 1 mini USB port let you connect devices like an MP3 player.
Ethernet port for home networking to another PC.
SD memory card slot for downloading photos or music to your netbook (card not included).
Headphone jack and microphone jack.
2 built-in speakers and 1 internal microphone.
Rechargeable battery life is 3 1/2 hours.
Includes 9-volt adapter and cord.
8.5″ L x 5.5″ W x 1.5″ H

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