This Oqo runs Windows XP and boasts full computer functionality. In a May interview, Oqo's chief technology officer, Jonathan Betts LaCroix, gives ZDNet's David Berlind a demonstration of the pocket-size PC.\r\n
At CES 2009, Molly Wood takes a look at the OQO Model 2+ OLED display.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the OQO model 02. This compact gadget is meant to replace your laptop.
A full Windows XP PC that's barely bigger than a PDA, the OQO Model 01 is incredibly cool but makes too many compromises.
The OQO model 02 is a well-designed, attractive UMPC. If not for its slow CPU and short battery life, it would be a clear category leader.
At CES 2008, Tom Merritt takes a look at this mini PC.
2010 will probably see new tablet computers from Apple and maybe even Microsoft. What do they know that our panel does not? Featuring Ryan Block and Harry McCracken.
A feature on the Oqo Model 02 in the San Francisco Chronicle quotes high-profile tech people who use the device. Who knew?
Is the Viliv S7 onto something evolutionary, or is it clinging to yesterday's idea of the future?
It's too large to be a smart device, and too small to be a useful Netbook. Is the import-only Viliv S5 right for you?