IDG is reporting that Panasonic showed off its’ new mini-tablet this past week and plans to launch it this coming Wednesday. I can’t wait to see what this will look like and run it through a review:
The machine is based on Intel’s Centrino Atom
platform and prototype versions have a touch-sensitive 5.6-inch screen
under which is a compact QWERTY keyboard that’s been split in half with
a number pad filling up the center. The letter keys were divided to
make them all within reach of the user’s thumbs so its possible to hold
the machine and type.
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