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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by Drawnstories_studios on Thu 9th Mar 2006 07:44 UTC
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cant anyone just make a smaller cheeper, more powerful computer that uses tested tried and true technology to get the same job done better?

like a little pad 'n screen with only twenty buttons that could be played like a video game. you could type with different combinations. like dynasty warriors. yeah. or the two towers.

triangle triangle ex!!!!! (ork hewer I believe)

I appologize I had to. you know no one would do the sensible thing, its just to cheep and possible. it has to be bigger and better. like selling cars for the high gallons of gas used up in a mile as a mark of quality. only Microsoft........(and maybe a neo con)

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