NEC demonstrated their High Definition DVD players.

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Want an in-car PC? VIA had something that may be of interest then.

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Stop unauthorised viewing of your personal data with \"The Saint\" USB virtual HDD key. The Saint creates protected hidden partitions on your HDD which can only be accessed when the key is inserted into a USB port on the target PC. The manufacturers, Marasst, claim it to be \"The most secure data protection device on the market\".

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How about a stealth TV?

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Evercool displayed a very small water cooling system.

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Chaintech joined in the multimedia club with the \"Triple Dragon\" system. Like many of the systems being displayed by various manufacturers this was still under development.

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A laptop that isn\'t a laptop? Well kinda\'. This range of laptop look-alikes are really desktop PCs. They have no batteries and are intended as compact PCs. I suggested they would make good LAN PCs? Apparently not, was the reply because the embedded graphics are not designed for the latest games. Pity really since they could be the ideal LAN PC.

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