ultramobile

An ultra-mobile PC (ultra-mobile personal computer or UMPC) was a small form factor version of a pen computer, a class of laptop whose specifications were launched by Microsoft and Intel in spring 2006. Sony had already made a first attempt in this direction in 2004 with its Vaio U series, which was however only sold in Asia. read more at WikiPedia

  •  MadPenguin has put an online review of the Pepper Pad, a project similar to the Microsoft Origami solution.

    Once again, Tux has beat the Borg to the punch with a new innovation. This time, it's thePepper Pad  an ultra-mobile computer designed primarily for video playback and Internet access under circumstances where most notebook computers would be too heavy, and most PDAs would have too small a viewing screen. If you have seen the Origami media blitz (who hasn't!!) and you want a truly open ultra-mobile computer NOW and don't want to wait for Origami, you probably will like the Linux-powered Pepper Pad.Read more HERE atMadpenguin.org