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We're not super familiar with the term \"steamrolling along\" as it applies to device launches, but apparently it's good news for Michael Arrington's CrunchPad tablet. Mike dropped the news on a recent episode of Steve Gillmor's \"Gillmor Gang\" podcast (like \"Gilmore Girls,\" but with less inter-genera

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November 15, 2009 at 4:57AM
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We heard earlier this month that the first official CrunchPad units would arrive soon, and it seems like Mike Arrington and company are making progress -- here's what looks to be semi-final hardware and packaging on video for the first time. Interestingly, the device is still plastic and somewhat c

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Michael Arrington's little experiment with consumer electronics is about to get real. The image above is the \"near-final industrial design\" of the man's CrunchPad with \"first working prototypes\" expected in another few weeks. Changes include a display now flush with the bezel and an 18-mm overall t

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TechCrunch's Michael Arrington has pulled together a squad to make this whole simple, cheap, internet tablet thing he started talking about in July, 2008 happen for real. Their goal is to make a tablet that browses and plays flash videos really well (pretty simple stuff) that costs around $200. Bui

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