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    Think of a slogan & win an EPIA5000 mobo...

    Hi

    I'm looking for a 'slogan' for Ultim8pc & we've had lots of thoughts already.
    But, I thought that I'd post here & ask if anyone has any ideas - if I choose your slogan, then we'll send you a VIA EPIA 5000 mobo for your efforts.

    In case you don't know, Ultim8pc specialise in selling Small Form Factor components - mini-itx, Shuttle, LEX, Biostar, IWill, Soltek.
    The slogan needs to be short & obviously have an Small Form Factor slant.

    Some of the ones we already have:
    Where small is big
    Proof that size doesn't matter
    Where small is the next big thing - (Think Walibe.com has something similar now)
    We don't do big
    Big is out - small is in
    Size isn't everything
    The Ultim8 in small computing
    Contemplate the Ultim8
    Big isn't beautiful.
    Big ideas small solutions
    <barf!>

    So, feel free to think up more!

    Cheers

    Nigel

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    Small but perfectly formed
    Who said size matters
    Any size as long as it's small
    Great Things come in small packages
    Ultim8PC - The One Stop SFF Shop
    Shoe Boxes that pack a punch
    Petite Computing
    It's what's inside that counts

    Cheers,

    Lee.

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    Don't think so - thats walibes cheers!
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    Originally posted by walibe
    Don't think so - thats walibes cheers!
    Erm, yes, it's similar, but not the same!


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    small products, big P&P ?

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    Originally posted by iggy
    small products, big P&P ?
    Yeah cheers for that!


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    "Sweet 16 (cm)"

    Okay it was rubbish, I'll go hide.

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    inside the box thinking?
    the futures small
    no need to compensate

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    its not the size that matters, its what you do with it.

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    Small Pc's for Small Prices

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    Small Pc's for Small Prices
    I dunno, small PCs are pretty expensive in reality.
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    Size matters

    Never underestimate the quiet man (quote from some guy called EDS apparently )

    Silence is golden

    Individuality is our business
    Last edited by Hades; 31-08-2003 at 10:04 PM.

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    The next small thing
    The Caped Crusader :-)

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    "Big power in the palm of your hand"
    "Power in the palm of your hand"


    All I can come up with


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