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NetTop

(1) An entry-level PC that generally costs less than USD $300. See netbook.

(2) A user workstation that provides multiple single-level security using off-the-shelf components. Specified by the National Security Agency (NSA), a NetTop runs under a secure version of Linux (see SELinux) with Windows running as a guest OS under VMware. See multiple single-level.
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According to the company, the nettop, which is about the size of a book, can be used as a fully-functional home office PC or as a multimedia hub for casual gaming when connected to an LCD or television.
Lenovo is one of the earlier PC makers to adopt the Ion platform for nettops. Acer was the first, putting Ion in its AspireRevo nettop earlier this year.
We are proud to be among the first companies to introduce Nettop computers in the kingdom with state-of-the-art design and world-class specifications thanks to Intel technical support."
Due to continuously falling of market price of LCD panel, and enhancement of performance of low price CPU, there is also great possibility for nettop or all-in-one PC to generate booming businessopportunities.
Following the completion of the commercialization study, follow-up work will be proposed in conjunction with several other commercial firms actively working with the current NetTop technology.
Urenus Laptop - comes with a high definition in-built technology and is the NetTop with full-featured desktop functionality.
The first Neo-based nettop and all-in-one PC products could ship later this year, he added.
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Anders Electronics, a distributor of the fit-PC line, announced on 30 March the availability of the Fit-PC 2.0 NetTop computer in the UK.