Linked by Adam S on Fri 26th May 2006 17:24 UTC, submitted by Ariel Frankel
Windows With the first Origami devices out the door, Microsoft is setting its sights on the next generation of tiny tablet PCs - products known within the company as "Vistagami" devices. The new minitablets are likely to resemble the first of the ultramobile PCs, though they will run Windows Vista, rather than XP.
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sad sad sad. This really isn't a troll post

no, it is a troll post
the tpic is about a hardware device, and you have nothing better to do than to rant how vista failed to linux

and there is a big market for tablet-pcs, the only problem is the price of the curent generation
or are you willed to pay an extra 500$ just for a 12" touchpad? I'm not. and as long as tablets cost significantly more than regular laptops this won't change

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