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Jim Richardson on Friday 10 March 2006 00:23
Screen resolution may be superior, but on a display that size, not many will be able to take advantage of high pixel density. The screen as a whole is bigger too, let's not forget, because the unit is much larger than the 770.
As for processing power, is it truly needed? Sure, Windows XP needs some power because it's a hog.
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There are different levels of portability. (1) small pocket devices. These would be small enough that...
Alittletoo big? Imagine switching on the 'beast' only to write two-word reminder+alarm. The Origami misses out the issue of practicality entirely. I can do that just fine with a Tungsten, within 2 seconds. I don't have to carry a 'man purse' either. A Tungsten fits in the shirt's pocket and, when needed, a folding keyboard can be pulled out of the other pocket.
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On Thu, 9 Mar 2006 20:22:58 +0100, Richard G. Riley That's just it, though. Lots of people, including myself, don't want a 'real laptop'. Why lug around 5-7...
I am yet to find LifeDrive and Tablet PC users who actually get some work done, rather than stare at a brightly-lit screen, watching menus animate.