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If you are into the whole robotics thing, and I have a feeling some of you are, VIAArena has an interesting article posted today. The article showcases one of those Johnny 5 robot kits powered by a VIA EPIA PX1000G Pico-ITX with a 1GHz C7 processor, 1GB RAM, 120GB SATA 2.5†HDD and a pair of webcams for eyes.

it resembles johnny 5, but not exactly. i wonder how hard it would be to build an exact working replica complete with tank destroying lazer!

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