BABYnet sucks up to Australian market

BABYnet sucks up to Australian market

LEO Systems and its new Australian distributor Zylax Computer on Friday launched the BABYnet PC, based on AMD's "legacy free" design.

Touted as the "next wave" in personal computing, the BABYnet unit comes in a number of colours, is small and oval shaped, runs Windows 98 and has its own LAN capabilities.

BABYnet's owners claim the unit can be set up within minutes and starts within seconds.

Retail pricing is reportedly set at $1699, available now from Zylax. About the only thing it's missing is a dummy.

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