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SESOL has produced a web applicance called the HiPAD with a 10.4 inch screen, WiFi, touchscreen, 64MB flash drive and runs Windows CE .NET. No word on pricing but it looks nicer than other webpads that have been announced. It has a nice popout stand on […]

SESOL has produced a web applicance called the HiPAD with a 10.4 inch screen, WiFi, touchscreen, 64MB flash drive and runs Windows CE .NET. No word on pricing but it looks nicer than other webpads that have been announced. It has a nice popout stand on the back that I wish other slates would incorporate.

(Aving via ubergizmo)

  1. Bah! The Nokia 770 is It. Accept no WinCE-powered imitators.

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