Personally, I’d rather have a 2 – 3 lb notebook computer that I could get real work done, rather than the PC here or OQO’s PC which is a similar size. Sure you can add a larger monitor, full size keyboard and mouse to these tiny PCs. But I wouldn’t need all those attachments with a notebook computer. Hmmmm – not really sure if these things are just cute or useful tools.
Yahoo News is reporting: An undated photo released June 11, 2004 shows the FlipStart ‘handtop’ computer made by FlipStart, a Seattle-based company owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. (full story)
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