OQO has released it’s hand held sized, fully functioning computer. Overall, I really think this computer is too small for any practical purpose by most businesses. However, OQO does say that for specific vertical applications it has a following.
The NY Times wrote a full length and very good review of OQO here
Interestingly enough, another NY Times article talks about how small components are becoming. One quote says, “I’d rather be able to read the display without putting my glasses on”, commenting on how small the screen of model of an MP3 player that Radio Shack sells is.
Small is good, but too much small means less functionality.
I reviewed the OQO computer at CEBIT Showstoppers and mentioned it in a Cnn post, and very briefly here.
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