Thursday, October 15, 2009


Okay, cancel my Apple tablet wish-list item; I want one of these instead, as I want to use OneNote 2010 on my tablet…  (Via Computerworld, which reports a $500 price for the device)


What better innovation for a Netbook than to get rid of keyboards?
ARCHOS once again is leading the way in innovation, with the introduction of the Netbook of the future, the ARCHOS 9PCtablet. The ARCHOS design team has coupled groundbreaking design with the most advanced technologies, by leveraging their expertise from the design of the Internet Media Tablets. The new PC combines the performance of a high end PC with breathtaking aesthetics, excellent ergonomics and a tactile interface that ARCHOS has built their reputation on. Pure lines, extreme thinness (0.68''), 820g and a stunning black finish, the ARCHOS 9 pushes the boundaries of elegance and simplicity on a Netbook, fulfilling all expectations of the most mobile users.
Intuitive and easy to use, the ARCHOS 9 delivers an unrivalled user experience, and is set to replace the traditional computer. Without a physical keyboard, it provides a virtual keyboard, very easy to use on the the resistive touchscreen, and has an optical trackpoint to let you surf the web, communicate, work and entertain anywhere.


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