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I was just noticing, with all the interest in expanded capability and
features for our Pocket PC's, it seems that what we all REALLY want is a
laptop computer that will fit in our shirt pocket. Maybe we should talk to
the clothing manufacturers and have them increase the pocket size. ;)

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Parley D. Kennelly
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"Parley" <pdkennellynot@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I was just noticing, with all the interest in expanded capability and
> features for our Pocket PC's, it seems that what we all REALLY want is a
> laptop computer that will fit in our shirt pocket. Maybe we should talk
> to
> the clothing manufacturers and have them increase the pocket size. ;)
>
> --
> Parley D. Kennelly
> Southern California Realtor®


I agree with you Parley,

And your dream WindowsXP computer that fits to your shirt pocket may
actually be under your Christmas tree this year! Check www.oqo.com


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Marvin Hlavac
Toronto, Canada
 

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Parley wrote:
> with all the interest in expanded capability and features for our
> Pocket PC's, it seems that what we all REALLY want is a
> laptop computer that will fit in our shirt pocket.

I don't. I really like the instant-on feature, and the ease of use as
compared to regular PCs.
 
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I agree with the instant on of the PPC
I have a Tablet-PC and even though it fires up in about 8 sec, it is still
too long.

> I don't. I really like the instant-on feature, and the ease of use as
> compared to regular PCs.
>
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"Parley" <pdkennellynot@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I was just noticing, with all the interest in expanded capability and
> features for our Pocket PC's, it seems that what we all REALLY want is a
> laptop computer that will fit in our shirt pocket. Maybe we should talk
to
> the clothing manufacturers and have them increase the pocket size. ;)
>
> --
> Parley D. Kennelly
> Southern California Realtor®
>
>

Maybe *you* should speak to your tailor to modify your shirts. I'd bet he'd
do it for the right money. Not for me though, but thanks for thinking of me.
 
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My guess is that for a while, the smallest notebook will be the pricey (but
nice--$2100) Sony Vaio TR series. If the ODO ever comes out, that one sounds
neat, but they keep delaying when it will be released. I still like my old
faithful Vadem Clio C-1000 tablet/notebook (Windows CE 3.0), but would need
some serious pocket enlargement to call that a "pocket laptop" !

Sony VAIO® TR3A Notebook
PCG-TR3A
• Weight
3.11lbs.with a standard battery
• Size (H x W x D)
1.37"-1.44” X 10.6" X 7.4"
http://www.sonystyle.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP.enfinity/eCS/Store/en/-/USD/SY_BrowseCatalog-Start;sid=YxVyfSuwVbdyMmqJuVt4dmSg_G6NggNZEqU=?CategoryName=cpu_VAIONotebookComputers_TRSeries&Dept=cpu_VAIONotebookComputers

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Redmond, WA



"Marvin Hlavac" <hlavac@rogersSPAM.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Parley" <pdkennellynot@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:eQ%23bhXTkEHA.324@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
>>I was just noticing, with all the interest in expanded capability and
>> features for our Pocket PC's, it seems that what we all REALLY want is a
>> laptop computer that will fit in our shirt pocket. Maybe we should talk
>> to
>> the clothing manufacturers and have them increase the pocket size. ;)
>>
>> --
>> Parley D. Kennelly
>> Southern California Realtor®
>
>
> I agree with you Parley,
>
> And your dream WindowsXP computer that fits to your shirt pocket may
> actually be under your Christmas tree this year! Check www.oqo.com
>
>
> --
> Regards,
> Marvin Hlavac
> Toronto, Canada
>
 

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