¿Alguna vez ha pensado en una computadora del tamaño de un celular?

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a. Have you ever thought of a computer the size of a cellphone?
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¿Alguna vez ha pensado en una computadora del tamaño de un celular? Nosotros hemos convertido ese sueño en realidad.Have you ever thought of a computer the size of a cellphone? We've made that dream come true.
b. Have you ever thought of a computer the size of a mobile? (United Kingdom)
¿Alguna vez ha pensado en una computadora del tamaño de un celular? - ¿No existe ya algo así?Have you ever thought of a computer the size of a mobile? - Doesn't something like that already exist?
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