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We've been seeing in the wild shots of E-Lead's Noahpad for months on end, but on some fateful trunk lid likely to be halfway across the planet, this undeniably peculiar UMPC has finally arrived to an end user. Oddly enough, said user couldn't even wait to get the thing inside, and as you can clear

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Though we're really no closer to figuring out the master plan behind E-Lead's perplexing Noahpad, at least the company is warming up to the idea of a more usable keyboard (of sorts). Judging by the demo unit set up at Computex, the keys are now a tad larger and multi-touch support is also thrown in

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If our description from CES of the perplexing (and frankly inconvenient) navigation associated with E-Lead's Noahpad wasn't enough to truly depict what is going on with this thing, then perhaps these videos will help. Sure, they've gotten a British guy to do voice-overs, and the company is playing

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We've gotta be honest, as we approached the Noahpad, we figured it was some sort of mockup or prototype -- the \"keyboard\" just doesn't look real. It turns out that's because it's not real, though, and that's by design. The tiny PC features two trackpads side by side with pictures of keys on them; r

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Remember that curious Noahpad UMPC we peeked just as 2007 was coming to a close? Turns out, E-Lead Electronics has finally gotten around to making an official announcement about it, and it will unsurprisingly be debuting at CES. This 7-inch UMPC will indeed utilize the firm's own human machine inte

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If you think the market for small, white, Linux-based UMPCs is overcrowded, you're wrong. Dead wrong. Enter the Taiwanese-made E-Lead Electronic \"Noahpad\" PC, a tiny little laptop which the company affectionately refers to as a \"classmate, roommate, and travelmate.\" The system is based on a 1GHz Vi

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