I was thinking of a handy and digital way to jot down notes and I saw the OQO Model 01+ on a PC magazine. This thing is about the size of a PDA but has the power of a small notebook computer. The 01 model aslo comes in a tablet PC version as well. That’s convenient for scribbling ideas and thoughts on the bus or subway. But the price is very steep, the tablet version costs $2100.
Specs from the website:
The OQO model 01+ ultra personal computer (uPC) is a fully-featured Windows XP computer. The OQO has a 1GHz processor, a 30GB hard drive, 512MB of RAM, a color transflective display, and integrated wireless, as well as FireWire and USB ports.
Just 4.9 inches long, 3.4 inches wide, 0.9 inches thin, and weighing only 14 ounces, the model 01+ can fit in a pocket or purse and go with you anywhere. For easy typing and cursor control it has a complete thumb keyboard with TrackStik and mouse buttons as well as digital pen and thumbwheel.
Does anyone own or has any experience with this ultra portable computer?