Mark Gibbs, NetworkWorld, has done a nice little writeup on the OQO. If you are considering the OQO or something similar, you might want to take a look.
The OQO is an outstanding piece of engineering but is a pricey $2,000 considering its performance and the fact that its physical user interface doesn’t live up to what we’d expect. That said, your CXOs will want one. It is that cool.
BTW: We will be featuring our own reviews of the OQO in the next couple of weeks.
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