The OQO. Unfortunately, it's based on the Transmeta Crusoe. That's the chip that HP originally used for their Tablet PC before switching to the Intel Pentium M. It's also the chip that the vendor is no longer producing.
An update. There are some other manufacturers in the same space including FlipStart and some indication that Microsoft is also working with an undisclosed OEM to provide something similar.
This unit has BlueTooth and 802.11b.
I wonder if you could find a mouse and keyboard that would work
without a transmitter/receiver plugged in, just by using the bluetooth or wi-fi.
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