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Putting entire computers into cars is the next evolutionary step beyond stereos that sound like concussion grenades. It started with the versatile Mac Mini. But for those of us who aren t that Mac savvy, there are some micro form PCs that could fit cozily into any crappy Honda. These SUMICOM's have some nice car-oriented features, like a function that turns the PC on and off with the car ignition. The machines are IBM based, feature Pentium M or Celeron processors, low power consumption, 2.5-inch hard drives and is 6.1 inches wide by 10 inches deep and 2.17 inches tall.

Pocket PC, SUMICOM [Akihabara]