Review: Flybook V3 (New York Times)

Flybook V3
The New York Times published a review last week by David Pogue, of the Flybook V3, calling it a A Tiny Windows Laptop With a Sense of Fashion. The Flybook is a small “convertible” – a laptop with Tablet PC features, has an 8.9 widescreen touchpad display, weighs under 3 pounds, and is powered by a Pentium M Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPU.

It got very high marks for features and design (mentioning that maybe it will wake up the industry) , but he wasn’t too impressed with the keyboard size, mouse, battery life, and power.

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