Ja, en de OQO is over 4 maanden leverbaar tegen een zeer acceptabele prijs. Zie onderstaande mail die ik van ze ontving.
The OQO Ultra-Personal Computer is a full feature, full power Windows XP
computer which will function in three primary modes: as a desktop PC when
it is in its cradle, as a laptop PC when it is inserted into its laptop
enclosure, and as an ultra-portable, ultra-personal computer that you carry
with you wherever you go.
We are planning to have the OQO available for sale by the end of 2002 in
the U.S. and, hopefully, Asia and Europe as well. The product will be sold
via the OQO web site and through major international resellers. We are
currently in negotiations with resellers, and can not yet announce who will
be distributing the OQO in your region. We expect the price to be around $1500.
Specifications that we have released at this time include the following:
Crusoe 0.13 micron TM5800 processor at up to 1GHz
10-20GB hard drive
256MB of memory
four inch high-resolution, super bright VGA color LCD with a maximum
resolution of 640 x 480 (a monitor attached to the OQO can go to 1280 x 1024).
specially designed Synaptics touchscreen
advanced lithium polymer battery (up to 8 hours running office
applications, a week on standby)
integrated 802.11b and Bluetooth wireless transceivers
4.1" x 2.9" x 0.9" / 105mm x 74mm x 22mm; less than 9oz. / 250 grams
SMI 3D graphics processor with 8MP VRAM
firewire (1394) port
USB 1.1 port
audio out port
built-in high fidelity microphone
OQO will initially provide two docking mechanisms: a cradle that can be
connected to a large monitor and keyboard making the OQO into a desktop
computer; and a lapdock that transforms the OQO into a notebook computer.
These will include firewire, USB, audio, serial, PCI, VGA video, and power
Additional information as well as images of the OQO computer can be found
on our website http://www.oqo.com.