Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Mar 2006 21:32 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless In a preview of Tuesday afternoon's demonstration, Intel Marketing Director Brad Graff showed CNET several of the Ultra Mobile PC devices, including an example of the kind of hardware that will ship in the next few weeks as part of the Microsoft effort. As earlier reported, the first devices have a 7-inch touch screen, standard x86 processors, and can run full versions of desktop operating systems including the Windows XP variant being used for Origami.
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RE[4]: blogged about it
by hobgoblin on Wed 8th Mar 2006 22:34 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: blogged about it"
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ok, so there are some issues like that. but still, those a relative minor as they can have the 5-way thumb button (or whatever) on the side register as the four arrow keys and the enter key on a normal keyboard, problem solved.

cut, copy & paste? programable hotkeys maybe? i dont know but it looks like there are some buttons on that thing.

allso, most software that have that allso have them as toolbar buttons, or menu options...

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