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Issue #2003 - 03 (January 2003)
(Updated Jan. 30, 2003)


NEC Shows Off Small Tablet PC

NEC recently introduced the VersaPro Tablet PC, which at 2.2 pounds and half an inch thick is, according to the company, the world's tiniest tablet PC. The VersaPro sports a 10.4-inch screen and includes a 933MHz Intel Pentium III processor, 256MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive, and 802.11b wireless capabilities, but has no keyboard. The new tablet is set to go on sale for $2,500 in Japan next week and will hit markets in the U.S. and Europe later this quarter.

Source: NEC 
For more information: http://www.nec.com

MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Tablet PC does have a good potential for field applications where you need more footprint for information. 

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