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PC Week: It was an itsy bitsy, teenie weenie … Compaq handheld

“the Itsy Pocket Computer is about the size of a calculator and
runs on a 200MHz StrongARM processor. It’s powered by a pair of AAA
batteries, includes a tiny LCD touch-screen and supports
Linux.”

“The Itsy is designed, according to its creators, to be a
platform for developing new user speech-based and other interfaces
and new applications.”


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Sanford
Langbart
wrote in with this:

Here’s the actual web link mentioned (but unnamed) in the PCWEEK
story about the digital/Compacq ITSY-BITSY Computer.

The starts a 15 slide presentation on the Linux running
device.

http://www.research.digital.com/wrl/itsy/talk-iswc98/