Thursday, November 11, 2004

ultraportable computing

engadget posted about this ultraportable setup that looks seriously kick-ass.


JK added a Bluetooth card to his tiny Sony Vaio U-70 Tablet PC (which is coming to America), allowing him to create the world’s smallest desktop computer, and it’s all wireless to boot, with a Bluetooth Stowaway keyboard, a Bluetake BT500 mouse, and Internet access via his Motorola V710 cellphone. The whole setup weighs a staggering 1.2 pounds, and he reports no Bluetooth speed or interference issues at all while using the keyboard, mouse, and cellphone all at once, which is just the way it should be.

wow. i don't know why, but i think this is even hotter than the oqo. i guess the next thing is to get a heads-up display (like the microoptical model shown below) workable over bluetooth (is there enough bandwidth? how about over one of the wifi flavors?).


while looking into this a bit more, i found a couple sites dedicated to ultraportable computing: and


At 3:37 AM, Blogger Jesus Henry Christos said...

tnkgrl does it with the oqu[via]


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