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PCWorld.com: Tablet PC Makes Its Way to the Masses

Sep 21, 2001, 15:55 (1 Talkback[s])
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"More than a year after it first offered the world a peek at its upcoming tablet PC, Taiwan's First International Computer will soon begin mass production of the device.

Based on Transmeta's Crusoe microprocessor , the AquaPad tablet PC will be available in two versions: one running Microsoft's Windows CE and one running the Midori Linux operating system, says Allen Chen, a sales account manager for FIC speaking at the World PC Expo exhibition, which is currently running just outside of Tokyo.

The AquaPad features a Crusoe 5400 processor running at 500 MHz.

"We will start mass production this month," Chen says. Samples of the device should be available towards the end of the month with a Japanese language version available one month later, he adds."

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