"A flat two-pound Web pad designed to wirelessly connect to the
Internet, a crash-proof computer, and a notebook you can run all
day on batteries are just some of the myriad devices that
Transmeta's Crusoe chips will bring to market soon...."
"Web pads may become available as soon as April, but more
likely in June, says Frank Priscaro, Transmeta's director of
brand development. He gave the preview to an enthralled crowd at
the LinuxWorld Expo last week. S3 is the only vendor publicly
signed up to manufacture Web pads running the Crusoe chips...."
"Other devices coming down the pipeline include a thin mobile PC
that will support a broadband connection, and a full-featured
mobile PC that you'll be able to power down in sleep mode for
almost two weeks, says Priscaro. A wearable PC could be another
Crusoe-powered device you'll see in the future, Priscaro
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