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Chris de Herrera has published a thorough review of the OQO Model 01+ running the Windows XP Tablet Edition OS. Chris has included lots of photos of the OQO in action so if you’re interested in this little PC check out the review. An observation from […]

Chris de Herrera has published a thorough review of the OQO Model 01+ running the Windows XP Tablet Edition OS. Chris has included lots of photos of the OQO in action so if you’re interested in this little PC check out the review. An observation from the review:

The OQO Model 01+ allows users to carry Windows XP, Tablet PC Edition with them easily. For mobile users they will have to get used to reading small fonts on the display that may be too dim for them to read it well. However I do not see it as a desktop replacement due to the low CPU speed and the limited amount of ram. Overall the OQO Model 01+ represents a compromised design based on 2004 technology that hasn’t progressed far enough today to meet users needs effectively. At a list price of $2,099 you are paying a premium for a small Windows XP Tablet PC compared to the Ultra Mobile PCs that are coming for much less.

You can find my video review of the OQO (sans Tablet OS) here.

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