Intel’s Ruby handheld PC (engadget)

engadget got to have a hands-on with Intel’s Ruby handheld PC yesterday. The Ruby is a PC around the size of the OQO that runs Microsoft Windows. Even though it’s PDA-sized, it has a keyboard, uses an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium, wifi, and has a touchscreen.

Note: Gizmodo had a story about this as well.

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