‘First Look at the Tablet Kiosk V-700 Ultra-Mobile PC': Oh, so the earlier photo WAS real

Tablet Kios V-700'

TabletPc2.com‘s review here, via Mike Cane. “Having the full Windows Tablet PC operating system combined with pen, touch and handheld controls in a single piece of equipment makes V-700 a very versatile piece of equipment,” says Linda Epstein. “We found ourselves using it in places we don’t normally take a Tablet PC with us.”

Related: Real or fake photo of the Origami? Yep, it was real, a conclusion shared by only 23 percent of those polled. Hey, don’t feel bad–I myself voted “fake.” Oh, and notice the already-observed resemblance to the Nokia 770? May this merely be a placeholder design! I love the Origami concept, just not the looks of this gizmo.

3 Comments on ‘First Look at the Tablet Kiosk V-700 Ultra-Mobile PC': Oh, so the earlier photo WAS real

  1. One big difference from the Nokia 770 — you could fit three 770’s on top of this “handheld.” It’s that much bigger.

  2. Garmin Europe Ltd. presents new ebook reader at CeBIT 2006.
    http://www.cebit.de/extendedsearch.html?selecter=&suchwort=reader&suchen.x=0&suchen.y=0&x=1
    Garmin Europe Ltd.
    Hall 11, Stand A64

    Unfortunately I’ve found no details about this reader.
    May be you can find out something interesting!

  3. Takir, where do you see mention of a new ebook reader? All I could find was a note that Garmin produces ebook readers; what they do is produce navigation devices which double as PDAs.

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