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The X series is priced at Rs 13,990, and it is a 1.4 kg ultra portable with a
7" LCD, running Linux with a GUI. It has 2 GB flash-based storage instead of a
hard drive, built-in wireless, USB and PC Card socket. It even has soft
faux-leather cladding to make it shock-resistant.

HCL Mileap X

The Y series is priced at Rs 29,990. It is fully loaded with Microsoft Vista.
The 980 gm laptop has multiple navigation (thumboard, stylus, keyboard, touch
and voice), The Y series has a 1.8" 80 GB hard drive, and a battery life of
about 4 hours.

The laptops have built-in WiFi, and use Intel mobile processors. The laptops
are "simple, sturdy and reliable, energy efficient, safe and rounded with no
sharp corners or edges, and are RoHS compliant."

HCL MiLeap Y Series

Announcing the products, HCL chairman Ajai Chowdhry said that these products
made portable computing accessible to a large part of the population in India.
These "products have the power to change the marketplace," he said. There was a
space in the market with more mobility than a laptop, and more capability than a
cell phone, he added. "This has been a day I’ve dreamt of for a long time…. The
future of computing is now."

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