We have yet to stumble upon a single person who has actually bought one, but we keep hearing about these barebones
webpads from anonymous manufacturers we've never heard of before. The latest to turn up is Elanza's ElanzaWebpad, which
runs on Windows CE 3.0 and — as it isn't meant for doing much more than accessing the Internet or streaming video and
audio —only has a 300MHz processor and 64MB of RAM, though it does have built-in WiFi and a 10.4-inch LCD screen.