Would'nt mind one of these!!

  Steven135 18:08 05 Jun 2004
  Charence 18:56 05 Jun 2004


  thms 20:29 05 Jun 2004

What is this obsession with making things smaller.

1. You cannot read the screen.

2. If you have large hands (me) you cannot operate the damn thing.

3. You will probably lose the thing in about 5 minutes.

4.The price tag will be larger than the thing.

Give me a 21" monitor and standard keyboard anytime.

  Steven135 21:00 05 Jun 2004

thms, I need gadgets anonymous because I am a gadgetaholic its both-and, not either-or and beans on toast for dinner.

  Charence 21:45 05 Jun 2004


  wee eddie 23:10 05 Jun 2004

Then link now goes nowhere, so I'll never know!

  Steven135 23:53 05 Jun 2004

Wee eddie: Link still works for me the vagaries of computing ho hum just so you know:

The OQO Model 01 ultra personal computer (uPC) is a fully-functional Windows XP computer. The OQO has a 1GHz processor, a 20GB hard drive, 256MB of RAM, a color transflective display, and integrated wireless, as well as Fire Wire and USB ports. It is powerful enough to run your most complex applications.

Just 4.9 inches long, 3.4 inches wide, .9 inches thin, and weighing only 14 ounces, the OQO can fit in a pocket or purse and go with you anywhere. For easy typing and cursor control it has a complete thumb keyboard with Track Stik and mouse buttons as well as digital pen and thumbwheel.

  tarkus 00:42 06 Jun 2004

wow i want one now. but as thms says bet it will be to expensive but if it is in the £500 - £600 range will get one i just love new toys

  Steven135 00:46 06 Jun 2004

I thought that looked good I expect you would have to trade in your car for this one:

click here

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