Why Sharp thinks that it is a good idea for them to come out with a PC we are not sure. Do they bring something to hardware deisgn that Apple doesn't? Is design finally becoming the selling feature of electronics?
It looks like consumers will answer that question with their hard earned cash. Especially since the specs of this PC are nothing out of the ordinary. 1.6GHz Intel Celeron, 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, multicard reader, dual-layer DVD writer, HDMI / VGA outputs, audio in / out, four USB 2.0 sockets, a FireWire connector, remote and a keyboard with built-in trackpad. Well the keyboard trackpad is a nice touch. -via Engadget