Yeah, it's interesting all right. I'd sure like to own one, anyway! I'm a little surprised that with a touchscreen they didn't go ahead and make it a Tablet PC. Perhaps Tablet PC doesn't work well enough with a regular touch screen and requires the sort of screen that can detect stylus movements even when the stylus isn't actually touching the screen. Who, realistically, do you see using this in the way they suggest: as your main PC, with a monitor, keyboard, mouse attached at your desk and with you when you're on the go? David On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 17:08:12 -0600, Pete Schofield wrote: > While we are talking about interesting new hardware, does anyone > remember OQO? > > Talking from memory (excuse me if the details are not exact), I > believe it was the end of 2002 that they announced they were > building PDA sized computers. Essentially, the CPU, hard drive, > RAM, connectivity options, etc. of a PC with the form factor and > screen of a PDA. The idea was that it could be your primary PC > when docked in the office and your PDA when on the road. > > It was first going to be available by the end of the year, then in > May 2003, then in the Fall 2003. Then the website quit updating. > I assumed they did not get VC funding or the concept didn't scale. > > Evidently, they have it available now > (http://www.oqo.com/hardware/basics/). The price tag is $1900+, > which is high for a PDA and high for its capabilities as a PC, but > the concept is very intriguing. > > Pete Schofield > PGSoft, Inc. > (720) 851-7251 > info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > "Business in the Palm of Your Hand"