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Samsung's UMPC / Origami device spotted

Ryan Block, @ryan
03.08.06
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We have a feeling there are going to be more than a few ultramobile PC / Origami devices being show at CeBIT this year, but one of the more hotly anticipated and rumored about would be Samsung's device with Intel, which should get the spotlight tomorrow. It's apparently 15 x 20cm (about 6 x 8-inches), runs a low-power 900MHz Celeron, has 512MB RAM, 802.11a/b/g, Bluetooth, and, of course, Windows XP Tablet, which we can only assume is tricked for the device. We'll get our hands on this thing on your behalf as soon as we can, so stand by.

[Thanks, Gob & Max]

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