For the past couple of weeks, the buzz in mobile devices has been about Origami, the new mobile computing device from Microsoft. There has been vague ads and marketing seen around the internet, all making us ponder, “what is this Origami?”
Wonder no more. Today, CNBC’s Jim Goldman gave us a first look at Microsoft’s Origami, live from the Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco. A fully functioning mini-computer under $1000, keep your eyes peeled for more information and buzz about Origami.
News.com is saying that the Origami devices run a “variant” of Windows XP (and can run other x86-compatible operating systems) and are small enough to fit in a “large pocket.”
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