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As we mentioned back in June, Taiwanese computer company AOpen has finally scheduled its release of two Mac Mini look-alike computers (just two-inches tall), code-named Pandora, in time for the holiday season. The Linux-based version should go for $399 and the Windows XP-based computer will retail for $499. Both include slot-load CD drive, three USB ports, keyboard hook-up and serial port in the back of the box. Also expect internal wireless network connectors.

AOpen box inspired by Mac Mini [CNET]