From i4u: Vulcan’s “MiniPC” prototype is now called FlipStart™. The 5.8″ x 4″ x 1″ PDA weights only 1lb, and combines the performance and functionality of Windows® XP with the connectivity of wireless PDAs. With a 5.6″ display, it features a 1 GHz processor, 256MB system RAM, and a 30GB internal hard drive. When do we get a Mac this size? Perhaps an iBook mini?
FlipStart Windows XP PDA
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