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OQO Model 02 Ultra Mobile PC review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 20 August 2007 13:16


OQO Model 02
OQO Model 02
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The UMPC concept has been around for some time now, but in my opinion no company has yet produced a better-designed, more desirable device than OQO. When Riyad saw the company's first miniature PC at CES way back in 2005 he badly wanted to lay his hands on one.

It was about as small as you could imagine a PC being, squeezing in an amazing amount of functionality, but it was the design and engineering quality that made the OQO Model 01 so desirable. The company's latest version – the Model 02 – exudes the same technological pheromones.

It is just as small as the Model 01: at 142 x 84 x 25mm it's about the size of a small but thick ring-bound notebook. It still has that solid, military hardware feel to it. The screen still slides up in one smooth, fluid motion to reveal a QWERTY keyboard underneath. And the chassis is constructed of the same stiff magnesium alloy. Compared to the Sony UX1XN, a comparable Windows Vista pocket PC I looked at recently, this is a mile ahead in terms of engineering quality.

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