WSJ: A group of former Dell Computer Corp. managers have formed a company to market a new type of ultraportable personal computer that combines wireless networking and handwriting recognition.
Their company, Motion Computing Inc., plans next month to show its first design, a computer based on Microsoft Corp.’s Windows XP Tablet PC operating software, at an industry conference. The Austin, Texas, company will compete against marketers of similar devices, such as Acer Inc., Fujitsu Limited of Japan’s Fujitsu PC Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. (get the full story) – WSJ.com subscribers only
My spin: This sounds all cute and fancy, however, this sounds like a company that’s looking for a quick million.
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