Microsoft sets date for Origami

Microsoft has revealed a date for unveiling its Origami Project, setting the stage for a debut next week, according to a posting on its site.

Microsoft's Origami Project, which is believed to be a small tablet computer, is scheduled for debut on March 9, according to a posting on Microsoft's Origami Project site.

Speculation has swirled for weeks on what elements would be found in the device, which Microsoft has touted as a highly mobile device.

The source code for the Origami Project web site now includes the line 'Origami Project: the Mobile PC running Windows XP.' "

Origami's unveiling, meanwhile, will coincide with the popular technology trade show CeBit in Hannover, Germany, which runs from March 9 through 15.

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