A spokesperson for Microsoft said that the final portable media device will allow users to listen to music, play video games, browse the internet and jot hand-written notes. The Origami that was put on the site was more than a year old and will look nothing like the first release.Read on over at The Inquirer.
The "Origami" has more functions than the iPod, but has the downside of being a bit bigger. In fact the comments from Vole confirmed our view that Microsoft had dusted off its old tablet PC idea.
Microsoft Origami - an iPod killer?
Posted on Thursday, March 02 2006 @ 22:09 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck