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  1.    #1  
    interesting design.. actually, it looks awesome.

    cnet displays it in one of their links, sorry I couldn't include it here.

    runs windows xp or home on this handheld! looks formidable! but no other specs mentioned, but the screen looks beautiful.
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    looks like the screen slides up to reveal the keyboard. quite an intriguing little device here!!
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    according to cnet's email news report on the show, this thing is cool but will sell for around $2,000! seems kind of expensive to me.
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    I think you mean OQO from
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    It's too bad they couldn't put USB 2.0 in it.
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    i like the design, but no usb? so no syncing is possible?

    $2000 is way too pricey, but a good start.
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    It has USB 1.x

    My concern would be the battery: does it have one? What's hte autonomy? With a hard drive, must be pretty shirt, right? (I used to have a IBM microdrive on my iPAQ, and it was such a drain for the battery...)
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    Now that's a great concept. I can carry my pc everywhere! Movies, music, software, 802.11b (g would be better though) with a 1 ghz processor, and personal data. I would always worry about crashing the hard drive though.
  9. #9  
    Originally posted by BigTreo
    I would always worry about crashing the hard drive though.
    It has a mechanism that detects freefall and is supposed to park the drive head (hopefully) before contact.

    Unfortunately, it won't be released until the Fall. Otherwise, I'd buy one in a second.
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    while definitely find the oqo intriguing (this is their second design), I believe it still doesn't have instant-on which, to me, eliminates it immediately. since it runs xp, it will hibernate but the wake-up is still too long to be effective. they're definitely getting close though.
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    1GHz Transmeta Crusoe™ TM5800 series processor
    20GB hard drive (shock-mounted)
    256MB DDR RAM
    800 x 480 W-VGA 5" transflective display (indoor / outdoor readable)
    Thumb keyboard with mouse buttons and TrackStik™
    802.11b wireless
    4-pin FireWire™ (IEEE1394)
    USB 1.1
    3.5mm stereo headphone jack (supports stereo headphone or mono headset plus optional multimedia controller)
    Integrated pen-based digitizer with OQO digital pen
    Removable lithium polymer battery
    OQO docking cable includes
    3D accelerated 1280 x 1024 video output (VGA and LVDS)
    Serialized PCI
    Additional USB
    Additional FireWire (IEEE1394)
    DC power
    Audio out

    Additional features:

    External antenna connector for 802.11b
    Active HDD protection instantly parks hard drive upon detecting freefall
    Thumbwheel allows for traditional scrolling as well as enhanced features for easy closed-mode navigation
    Screen slides on rack and pinion mechanism to reveal thumb-style keyboard
    Keyboard has smart-lock with LED indicators on shift, control, function and alt keys
    Ambient light sensor automatically adjusts backlight to appropriate level

    Included accessories:

    AC adaptor
    Docking cable
    Desktop tray
    OQO digital pen
  12.    #12  
    starting to give the treo a run for its money.

    except of course, its not a phone.

    but the ddram... processing multiple jobs at a time... now we are getting somewhere.

    borrows the concepts from the sidekick, the pocket pc, and a sony clie in a way.

    if it included a phone feature, id be in line to buy one immediatly, too
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    just an observation, no intention of starting any debates by the last post....
  14. #14  
    Originally posted by Lucky_One
    Unfortunately, it won't be released until the Fall. Otherwise, I'd buy one in a second.
    OQO hasn't even produced their PRIOR design, which was announced in April of 2002 for release later in 2002. I wouldn't put a deposit down on one of these.

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  15.    #15  
    makes you shake your head. oh well, maybe by 2005 they will think about launching their products..

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