Tuesday, March 07, 2006


Cnet has pictures

This might be interesting at certain price points but only if the hardware supports some pretty critical I/O.

I would probably get one of these machines as a dedicated presentation machine if there is a way to hook it up to an external projection device.

I can imagine that a lot of people would be interested in using the device as a mobile picture/video album, but only if the necessary SD card slot and firewire interface are there.

If all you can do is to surf the Web or read eBooks it is likely to crash pretty badly.

I can do without a keyboard in some situations, but on a plane I need a keyboard and something to hold the display at the right angle.

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