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Gadget junkies have been dreaming about these for years. Ultra Personal Computers (UPCs) is the new term for PDA-size devices that pack the power of a desktop computer.
Two hardware leaders in this category include Antelope Technologies and OQO. Due out this fall, OQO's UPC is a fully functional Windows XP machine with a 1GHz processor, 256MB RAM and a 20GB hard drive. The specs for the 9.1-ounce Antelope UPC are similar. It features advanced handwriting recognition software from Pen & Internet and a Transmeta mobile processor.
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