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Ultranote has a great article that compares the features and size of the OQO and Sony U ultra-portable computers.  There are a lot of photos which drives home how small these two jewels are.  The author also compares the two devices feature for feature which should […]

UltranoteUltranote has a great article that compares the features and size of the OQO and Sony U ultra-portable computers.  There are a lot of photos which drives home how small these two jewels are.  The author also compares the two devices feature for feature which should be taken with a grain of salt as the two devices are pretty different.  Anyone curious about either of these devices should not miss this article.

(Photo used permission of Ultranote.  Thanks!)

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  1. Fascinating comparison. Clearly the power users are going to want the Sony, but the OQO seems like an elegant machine, too. I’m eager to see how the Flipstart compares. Unfortunately, I can never remember that name, and always have to look it up. But I definitely agree a slightly larger tablet would be the killer form factor.

  2. The FlipStart looks pretty interesting but has no touchscreen. It must be run totally from the keyboard/ trackpoint which really limits its usefulness for me.

  3. You might as well get the original Sony U series with keyboard instead of waiting for the Flipstart!

    Very interesting OQO vs U comparison. I keep getting whiplash trying to decide between the two (hah! as if I had the $$$ right now!). Sony: spare my neck! Do a U series ala OQO! (Use the OQO-like design from the final CLIE!)

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