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The FreePad

Peter Rojas
May 11, 2004
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And while we've been drooling over that new multimedia tablet from Sony, it's been brought to our attention that a Norwegian company called Screen Media has a new Linux-powered tablet of their own on the way. The FreePad is meant for doing the basics like checking email and surfing the web, and only has a 300MHz processor, 64MB of RAM, built-in WiFi, a CompactFlash card slot, and 10.4-inch LCD touchscreen. Not sure when this should actually be out.

[Thanks, Marc]

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