OQO to supercede the PDA

By Derek Sooman on September 13, 2004, 2:42 PM
The OQO is one of a small number of palmtop computers due to supercede PDAs and handhelds. The devices will be smaller, but much more functional and powerful. An OQO model 1, for example, is a functional Windows XP PC. It contains a 1-GHz processor, as well as 256-Mbytes of RAM, a 20-Gbyte hard drive, a color display, plus FireWire, USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Sounds like all one would need. Pricing is still to be confirmed, however we are almost certainly looking at sub-$2,000. No word yet on when these sexy little babies will ship, unfortunately.




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