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The bundle of U-Buddie can be called standard, "bare necessities". The only item worthy of attention is a set of replaceable faceplates for the front panel (they are installed under the upper plexiglass cover), but they look so childish that we refuse to consider them a real bonus.
As an option the company and its distributors offer the installation of an
optical drive and a hard disk, as well as a wireless set of input
devices (there is a special connector on the mainboard for the latter).
Our model also came shipped with an optional all-in-one card reader
(CF/SM/SD/MS), but the USB controller of the first version completely
ruins the allure of this model for customers. However, if the operating
speed is not important and the extra charge for this option is not
too high, some customers may be tempted.
In conclusion we provide a brief specification of the barebone, which comes shipped in a nice cardboard box with a handle.
Sergei Pikalov (email@example.com)|
Dmitry Majorov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
September 13, 2004