Microsoft Origami mini laptop unveiled

Samsung Electronics demonstrated the first mobile device designed around Microsoft's Origami project at the CeBit show in Germany last week.

Samsung Electronics demonstrated the first mobile device designed around Microsoft's Origami project at the CeBit show in Germany last week.

Bigger than a personal digital assistant but smaller than a laptop, the Samsung Q1 product runs the Windows XP operating system. Marketed as an "ultra-mobile" device, it is equipped with a 900MHz Intel Celeron processor and has 500Mbytes of Ram, making it more powerful than many entry level laptops.

The Q1 supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth short-range wireless access. It has touch-screen controls and a multimedia player.

 

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