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Old 16th March 2006, 22:39   #1
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Is The World's Smallest Windows XP Computer For You?

OQO's Model 01+ is an impressive pintsize mobile computer. A little larger than a deck of playing cards, it runs standard versions of Windows XP Home, Pro and Tablet PC and is elegantly designed. But all is not well in tiny land. The Model 01+ has some serious faults that limit its utility as either a portable or stationary Windows computer. Join me as I put the world's smallest Windows XP computer through its paces and MobilityGuru's torturous evaluation and testing cycles.
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