Origami at last…

Microsoft launched the Origami today. It is an UMPC device and this means Ultra-Mobile PC

What Is the Ultra-Mobile PC?

The Ultra-Mobile PC is a new kind of computer. It combines the power of Windows XP with mobile-ready technologies that make it easy to access and use your software on the go.

With small, lightweight, carry-everywhere hardware designs, you can connect and communicate, accomplish any task anywhere and at any time, and be entertained and informed wherever life takes you.

To find more about Origami i would suggest you take a look at this website:


Comments (5)
  1. mennotk says:

    FAQ for all that want more info on the Origami which was introduced at the CeBit today


  2. Morten says:

    Why is it that it is a new kind of computer? It’s just a tablet pc without the keyboard under the screen. I fail to see what all the fuzz is about. I’d rather have a proper laptop and a smartphone

    (the UMPC is still too big to fit in your pocket anyway).

  3. mennotk says:

    Morten, I haven’t had one in my hands as of yet, but it looks slick and it’s new ….and i love new devices 🙂

  4. DarrellG says:

    We have patented an adapter for Windows CE handheld devices and we need to find out who at Microsoft to talk to about it.  It is a portable device that allows you to watch your DVD’s on your Windows CE cell phone or your Origami.

  5. mennotk says:

    Hi Darrel, I do not know anybody in that productgroup. I do happen to know that the there team has a blog just like me. It is located at http://blogs.msdn.com/ce_base/ Ask the same question there or send an email from there bog, please mention my alias just incase mennotk. Good luck!!

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