Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Mon 6th Jul 2009 18:52 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems We all remember the saliva-inducing CrunchPad whose photos were "leaked" back in April; the tablet has a yummy 12" touchscreen, boots straight into a customized Webkit browser running atop a Linux core, has an Intel Atom processor, and is designed to be sold for under $300. As it turns out, it's nigh on to be released as Michael Arrington, the one behind the idea, will be debuting the device at "an event" later in July or early in August. After that, the tablet is supposed to be available "as soon as possible," though just when and where is still unknown. Hopefully "as soon as possible" is a matter of a few weeks after the event. The sub-$300 idea is giving me itches for it to be on sale now.
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RE: Nearly perfect
by Arawn on Tue 7th Jul 2009 09:01 UTC in reply to "Nearly perfect"
Arawn
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Quite agree. For most of us (and with 'us' I mean professional users), we don't need color that much and the ability to use it in sunlight plus the extra battery are great.

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