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VGA iTunes compatible version (MP4 format, 640 x 480, 87.4 MB,13 minutes) VGA Windows Media Player version (WMV format, 640 x 480, 71 MB, 13 minutes) The Microsoft Origami Project team was generous enough to provide us the forthcoming Origami Expereience software and we give you […]

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VGA iTunes compatible version (MP4 format, 640 x 480, 87.4 MB,13 minutes)

VGA Windows Media Player version (WMV format, 640 x 480, 71 MB, 13 minutes)

Icon_128x128_1The Microsoft Origami Project team was generous enough to provide us the forthcoming Origami Expereience software and we give you a quick tour. Unlike the original Origami interface, I think I’ll be using this new one on my UMPC running Vista. You’ll see how everything is accessible and usable without a stylus and the performance is nothing short of astounding!

Watch the brief video and then watch for the Origami Experience software to become available around Vista launch time!

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  1. Kevin. I subscribed to jkOnTheRun at the iTunes store and I do not see the new video. Educate me, please!

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  2. Evan, I think Kevin’s post stated the video is coming to iTunes soon. So I wouldn’t expect it to be there yet.

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  3. The MP4 file is actually uploaded and available but may not appear in iTunes for a little while yet. I checked our feed and see the MP4, so if you’re subscribed, it should appear soon. If you want to manually download or view it, I now have a link up on our Mobile Media Edition site. Thanks!

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  4. Jayson Billington Monday, January 22, 2007

    Have you gotten everything working on the Q1 with Vista? I.e. are there drivers available for everything?

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  5. also will this only be available for umpcs or also for devices like the p1610?

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  6. Michael Venini Monday, January 22, 2007

    Kevin,

    Great video, now I really want vista on the Q1.

    I have a question. Wouldn’t it be great, if they some how intergrated Outlook with in these screens? Like a today screen for PDAs. Except when you click on a appointment, or the email notification it takes you into Outlook.

    What’s your thoughts?

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  7. Kevin, I would love to see the Origami Experience on “Sammy” with the memory upgrade you did. It would help all the 900 MHz Celeron owner to know what to expect.

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  8. Nice video as usual, Kevin!

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