WoW goes mobile on the OQO!

Krystalle Voecks
K. Voecks|05.17.07

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No, this isn't the wireless property that we saw Blizzard hiring for recently. This is a completely seperate thing. The OQO is a "uPC" (ultra-portable computer) that you can take anywhere for wireless on-the-go access. "Cool," you say. "But what does it have to do with WoW Insider as opposed to going on one of your sister blogs like EngadgetMobile?" Not only is it cool new tech, but the OQO can run World of Warcraft -- and surprisingly well, considering!

Check out part one:

[Part two of the video is after the jump!]

While the OQO's $1500-$2000 price tag keeps this sleek little gem safe from being in my geeky mitts anytime soon, it is still an impressive little machine for the price. The OQO boasts 1 gig of ram, a 1.5GHz processor, and a 60 gig hard drive along with a slick eye-candy casing -- all while being just a hair larger than a PSP and weighing in at less than a pound.

Now, if we could get a heads up of what Blizzard is in the planning that requires a Lead Mobile Software Engineer...

[via James & Ultra Mobile Life]
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