Tuesday, February 28, 2006

This just in (4).

Microsoft is unveling a new product on March 2, 2006.

Mercury news reports that:

"Code-named `Origami,' the computer is a handheld PC that is smaller and lighter than most laptops on the market today. But it includes the full Windows XP operating system and could run Windows Vista, Microsoft's successor operating system coming out this fall, according to a person familiar with the product."

Promises to retail at $500-800. See the teaser at this site.

1 comment:

JP Loh said...

I didn't know that Microsoft is behind is. In fact, I didn't know what the Origami projet was. All I knew was that it was tech related.

So much for a teaser. Didn't get to research on it too.