The Inquirer reviews Origami/UMPC products
Sunday June 11th 2006, 5:38 am Category: Unrelated news, Nokia 770 competition

An interesting review of the upcoming Origami tablets from The Inquirer:

My impression of each of these mobile tablet PCs was the same: they’re a bundle of compromises. They try to fill a lot of different roles, but are second best at all of them. The manufacturers have made a valiant first effort, but Microsoft’s UMPC blueprint is not ready to be turned into a viable product.

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What is the Nokia 770, is it a mobile phone or something else?

Comment by Elhusseiny 10.07.07 @ 2:43 pm
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