The OQO features full Web browsing with Internet Explorer and has a four-inch "super bright" VGA color LCD -- about the same size as a Palm screen.
A little-known company called OQO has unveiled what it calls the world's first "ultra-personal" computer, a PC the size of a handheld computer but with the power of a full-size desktop.
The OQO is a fully functional wireless PC powered by a Crusoe TM5800 processor that runs at up to 1 GHz and uses the Windows XP Professional operating system.
The modular product can be converted into either a desktop or laptop. Measuring 4.9 by 2.9 by .9 inches, the OQO weighs less than nine ounces and can fit easily into a shirt pocket, according to its designers.
News source: Sci news
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