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TabletKiosk Wants Its Share Of The UMPC/Origami Pie

Tabletkiosk eo

By Jennifer De Leo

You’ve undoubtedly all heard about the UMPC, or even Microsoft’s stake in it, with Origami. Well, it looks like other vendors want their share of the action as well. TabletKiosk announced today that it plans to launch its ultramobile PC, the “eo,” at the end of April. Two versions will be available: an $899 standard model and an $999 special offer with an upgraded hard drive.

The eo weighs just under 2 pounds, houses a 1.0-GHz Via C7M processor, and comes with built-in Bluetooth and 802.11g Wi-Fi functionality. Battery life will be about 2.5 hours, and the chassis has been designed to be convenient for lefties as well as righties.

[TabletKiosk] VIA [PCMag]


5 responses to “TabletKiosk Wants Its Share Of The UMPC/Origami Pie”

  1. […] Wanting a part of the Microsoft Origami/Ultra-Mobile PC market, TabletKiosk has introduced its own Ultra-Mobile PC called the ‘eo.’ The eo comes with a 1.0 GHz Via C7M processor, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. The eo has a weight of about 2 lbs and a battery life with around 2 1/2 hours. Prices start at about $900 US. Info via Oh Gizmo! […]

  2. Shikoku88Henro says:

    If it can run starcraft and play music at the same time, count me in for at least one. Oh wait $1k they cost huh? nm I need my kidneys for a PS3 instead

  3. Layne says:

    Here is a link to a video of the TabletKiosk eo being used by a 12-year old.

  4. Nothing about storage? How Gigs?

  5. Layne says:

    Bruce – There are 30 GB or 40 GB hard drive options.

    Best of luck.