“For Jory Bell, creating a handheld computer that uses the full Windows XP operating system isn’t a matter of if, but when.

As chief executive of San Francisco-based OQO, Bell has been trying for four years to create such a handheld. Now he says the product will be launched in the fall.

The company’s 30 employees have produced several prototypes of its “ultra personal computer” that takes Windows into its final frontier in a handheld, where full PC compatibility could give it an advantage over rival Palm and PocketPC handheld.” as reported in the Mercury News.

Their minimalist site lends an air of mystery to the supposed product. An interesting change from the corporate Dell and IBM look.

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