Origami video: the real deal?

OrigamiMuch like everyone else, I’ve been wondering what Microsoft’s Origami Project is. The speculation runs rampant but it appears that you might not have to wait a few weeks to find out what Origami truly is. Marketing firm DigitalKitchen must have the ad campaign on this one because if you hit their site and enter, click Work and then BrandTheatre, guess what you’ll find. Not just pics of the device, but a Flash-based video showing the various uses. I won’t add to the speculation fire that’s burning and tell you what I saw. Instead, I’ll let you spend a few minutes viewing the revealing show so you can form your own conclusions. I will say this: as a new WMCE user, a TabletPC and WindowsMobile user for several years, I’m hoping what I saw in the video becomes available very soon. I’ll still be getting a new WM 5.0 phone that you can pick for me (so don’t forget to vote), but Origami is next on my list! There’s another pic after the jump.

[via Engadget comments]

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111 Responses to “Origami video: the real deal?”

  1. Andre Says:

    Great scoop getting this through the agency website - I’ll take the black one. Obviously - BT, Wifi, GPS receiver, 3G, game platform and tablet. Case keyboard is cool also. This puppy better have some juice. Am I leaving anything out - The only thing is, I might look funny with it clipped to my belt.
    Damn, now back to carrying 2 devices again. No need for a notebook on a trip however -

  2. James Kendrick Says:

    Nice find- Kevin!

  3. Andre Says:

    Watched the video again - MP3, Video, Remote for Media Center.
    On and on and on.
    I saw silver, black and some kind of ugly yellow.
    I am so glad I bought PSP’s for my kids Christmas presents.

  4. Life On the Wicked Stage: Act 2 Says:

    Kevin Tofel On The Video Trail Of Origami

    Speculation on The Origami Project is still running rampant and Kevin Tofel seems to have been hot on the clue sniffing trail. (I said clue sniffing.) He dug up this link to Digital Kitchen that has a short video labeled

  5. LostInaFog.com » Blog Archive » Kevin 2.0 — Origami video: the real deal? Says:

    […] Kevin 2.0 — Origami video: the real deal? blogs, digital kitchen, gadgets, microsoft, origami, Other Tech, Technology ToolsKevin 2.0 looks toi have uncovered the agency video for the Origami project at Microsoft that we talked about yeaterday. Click over to his site and follow the directions to the video. It looks like all the fuss is over a new micro-tablet, dockable and wireless connected. Looks kind of fun… […]

  6. LostInaFog.com » Blog Archive » Kevin 2.0 — Origami video: the real deal? Says:

    […] Kevin 2.0 — Origami video: the real deal? blogs, digital kitchen, gadgets, microsoft, origami, Other Tech, Technology ToolsKevin 2.0 looks to have uncovered the agency video for the Origami project at Microsoft that we talked about yeaterday. Click over to his site and follow the directions to the video. It looks like all the fuss is over a new micro-tablet, dockable and wireless connected. Looks kind of fun… […]

  7. Josh Bancroft Says:

    Nice find! I am SO getting one of these as soon as they’re available! :-)

  8. Tablet PC Blogs : Origami video: the real deal? Says:

    […] Gesh. I stay off the Internet for two days and miss some of the real cool things. Kevin 2.0 is linking to a Flash-based video showing the various uses of Microsoft’s Origami project. Maybe you should join the discussions in which people are wondering what the project is all about … hmm… Go ahead and give your best guess. […]

  9. Tablet PC Questions : Origami video: the real deal? Says:

    […] Gesh. I stay off the Internet for two days and miss some of the real cool things. Kevin 2.0 is linking to a Flash-based video showing the various uses of Microsoft’s Origami project. Maybe you should join the discussions in which people are wondering what the project is all about … hmm… Go ahead and give your best guess. […]

  10. db Says:

    Hey Kevin–I seeded your story over on Newsvine. Excellent discovery!. If you don’t have Newsvine access (still beta I think), email me and I’ll send you an invite so you can watch it get voted up the tech rankings there.

  11. Soapbox of helium. » Kevin 2.0 » Blog Archive » Origami video: the real deal? Says:

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  12. Shawn Says:

    Please tell me that wasnt Halo on a handheld….I need one of these

  13. Joey Gator Says:

    That thing is HUGE! could be a pro or a con. Im kinda tired of having gadgets be as small as possible. also, that would be so hard to play games on…there are like no buttons on it. Imagine playing halo on that.

  14. royans.net » Blog Archive » Secret of Microsoft Origami is out Says:

    […] A lot of people were wondring what Origami is all about. Seems like the secret is out of the bag… and I’m a little dissapointed. […]

  15. Origami project at Says:

    […] Fonte. […]

  16. Rui Moura Says:

    Nice catch … Tackback from my blog :)

  17. Checksum Crusader » Blog Archive » What is the M$ Origami Project? Says:

    […] Several gadget and tech sites have been recently buzzing about the Microsoft Origami Project. Could it have something to do with the rumors by some that MS might be working on there own “iPod” killer? Well, Engadget busted out a post about some possible pics and today a post on Digg pointed to this Blog. Could Gates actually beat Jobs to the next “big” mobile device? I guess a lot of that depends on the 28th and if these pics are real. […]

  18. RobiNZ CAD Blog Says:

    Microsoft Origami - Elegant personal computing?

    Origamiis the art of paper folding. Generally you start withaclean sheet of paperand create something small elegant. So what is Microsoft Origami Project all about? Kevin Tofel seems to have found the answer: Kevin 2.0 Origami video: the real deal?Much

  19. ryos Says:

    Awesome finding. Keep up the good work.

  20. Dr Atomicus Says:

    Looks a Microsoft version of the Apple Newton. Late to the game as usual…

  21. Microsoft Origami Video at Political Apathy Says:

    […] There has been much speculation in the tech world over the last few days about a new device from Microsoft called the Origami. Evidently, that speculation can now be put to rest. A video found by Keven and posted over at Kevin 2.0 divulges the luscious details. […]

  22. Jeremy Says:

    Hope the thing has a 100hr battery life with all the things its supposed to do.

  23. Bob Says:

    MMmm….. Viral marketing, got to love it. :)

  24. Brian Says:

    I guess I’m stupid cause I don’t understand what the hell it is.

  25. Ivan Minic Says:

    Nothing spectacular…

  26. Solo Technology :: Blog Archive :: code named: Origami Says:

    […] [later] Nope, I was wrong.  This must be an example of viral marketing or “long tail marketing” in action.  There’s a big leak with pictures and — gasp — a long flash video. Looks like an oversided PDA mixed with a very small tablet PC.  The video, while goofy, showed off some interesting uses.  I’m intrigued. Technorati Tags: microsoft, origami, rumors […]

  27. Nick Catalano Says:

    Not sure if this is an iPod Killer, but an absolutely fabulous idea. Absolutely fabulous.

    Is Microsoft starting to think like Apple???????

  28. Chris’ Journal » Blog Archive » Microsoft Origami Video Says:

    […] read more | digg story […]

  29. Rob Bushway Says:

    Heck of a find, kevin!

    I’ll take one for each person in my family!

  30. The Cruft Of My Brain » Blog Archive » The future looks bright Says:

    […] So what does that have to do with Back To The Future?  There are a lot of neat toys in part 2.  While most of it is still just dreams, we’re getting there.  Check out this Microsoft stuff.  Never thought I’d be praising them but this is cool.  But the important part of BTTF is at the end of part 3.  […]

  31. koncept Says:

    Wasnt leeked it was released by it looks like a division of microsoft

  32. Design Tastes Good - user experience blog » Blog Archive » Device Hype Says:

    […] via Kevin 2.0 […]

  33. John Edwards Says:

    Of course it has a 100 hour battery life. But that’s only if you plug the USB hair dryer into it. Otherwise, it gets 1000 hours.

  34. Derek Hampton Says:

    Wow! Great find!!

    So this seems like a mix of a tablet PC and w/a keyboard can act as a small laptop. It’s much bigger than I expected. I wonder how good this will be. It will all depend on the power and battery, IMO.


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  35. Superuser Says:

    Kudos on the find–pretty huge. Wonder if there’s any link between Origami and taikoux.com which was flashed (npi) on one of the screens. Doesn’t sound like taikoux is even a real term.

  36. Travis Says:

    Am I the only one who thinks the design is from a fisherprice toy in the mid 80s?

  37. Michael Nelson Says:

    Fantastic!

  38. Thatedeguy : Missing the forest for the Origami? Says:

    […] By now, anyone that has been following closely enough has seen the video thats available at DigitalKitchen.  Are you impressed with the Origami yet?  Todd isn’t, but I certainly am.  It looks like a very nice step into the mobile pc arena that could sprout some legs in the world. Enough about the Origami though. […]

  39. mbourgon Says:

    Ditto on what Atomicus said. It’s a Newton. Big whoop. Oh, sorry, with a scroll wheel on the side. It might have a shot because of the marketing behind it, but my suspicion is that it’ll die for the same reason the Newt did (as I gaze over at my 2100) - the form factor sucks for most people.

  40. Jimmy G Says:

    This is great a marketing move by Microsoft.
    Overall the product looks promising, if the price is right.

  41. alloneword Says:

    Nokia 770 + OQO + Tablet PC + MCE 9 ( + BlueTooth + WiFi) = Origami.

    Well that is my thought anyway.

  42. Brian Kennemer Says:

    I cannot imagine playing halo on this device but I could sure imagine playing halo on this device with a cool new BT game controller! I wish they had such a thing! :-)

  43. Daryl Zero Says:

    It needs to be hooked to a the net full time or its not that great.

    So, we need cheap Wifi or 3G with good coverage.

    We are close but not there yet.

    5 yrs and this will be THE form factor.

    One device to rule them ALL! :D

  44. Origami secret revealed? at teezeh dot info Says:

    […] Looks pretty realistic to me. Via digg. […]

  45. MSBLOG Says:

    (Update) Secret MSFT Project?

    I saw a link on Bink.nu to a secret mystery launch of some particular sort.
    Upon Further Inspection of the site it tells you at the end of a Shockwave Animation that all will be revealed on the 3/02/06 (Wendy Told me that We would know what beta she is…

  46. def Says:

    it IS huge. nokia 770 looks much nicer.

  47. cBlog » The IT Crowd + das Origami Projekt Says:

    […] Microsoft arbeitet schwer an seinem “Origami” Projekt, welches am 02.03.2006 der Öffentlichkeit vorgestellt werden soll - Aber Consti wär ja nicht Consti, wenn er nicht schon wüsste was da (ziemlich cooles) kommt - Be scared Apple, here comes the Windows Tablet PC (schaut euch vorallem das Video auf DigitalKitchen (Enter -> Enter -> Work -> Bandtheatre -> Origami) an)! […]

  48. Rui Moura Says:

    “I guess I’m stupid cause I don’t understand what the hell it is.”

    “Not sure if this is an iPod Killer”

    It’s a pocket PC !!!!!!!!! Even with the damn vídeo people don’t understand !!! OMG ….

    And it’s not to kill ipods ! Ipod is a music/vídeo player, not a PC !! Get real …

  49. MousLog Says:

    Origami unfolds

    Well, microsoft has just launched a vague campaign on a new something called Origami.
    http://www.origamiproject.com/
    But it seems they can not keep the secret until launch. A demo movie has already been spotted on a site of a marketing firm.
    http://www…

  50. Juvenn Says:

    But it looks not very good.

  51. Rikkel Says:

    i like it. Ii hope it will integrade witch the 360 and the pc well

  52. Microsoft News Tracker » Microsoft Origami unmasked? Says:

    […] There’s been a variety of buzz about Microsoft’s mysterious OrigamiProject.com as a viral marketing prelude to the announcement of a new Microsoft hardware product to be unveiled on March2. Kevin Tofel did a little digging in the comments at Engadget and has come up with a marketing video: The speculation runs rampant but it appears that you might not have to wait a few weeks to find out what Origami truly is. Marketing firm DigitalKitchen must have the ad campaign on this one because if you hit their site and enter, click Work and then BrandTheatre, guess what you’ll find. Not just pics of the device, but a Flash-based video showing the various uses. […]

  53. Jayme Says:

    Not as much real estate as a tablet pc (i have 2) and more than a PDA. I don’t see anything revolutionary except for the viral marketing “leak”. Agencies have a hard enough time keeping samples up to date, much less actually getting something posted prior to launch (and break all sorts of contractual obligations).

  54. RedBreakfast Says:

    I guess I’m stupid too. Why is this a “Nice Catch”? The link to this blog (taikoux.com) appears in the video itself. They’re obviously working together on some sort of viral marketing deal.

  55. toy Says:

    tabletpc 2.0, form factor: eek , usability : who cares,

    integration : 3/10 (relies on microsoft competence in the field)

  56. yoruneko Says:

    To suceed it needs :

    A - kickass screen (with pressure sensitivity)
    B - good battery life
    C - 100 gig of hard drive (think it will be more around 40-60)
    D - external optical drive

    Not just fancy colors and fake trendy lifestyles…
    Ipod killer? Common guys, not the same market at all…
    It’s a paradygm shifter device thingy, good luck with that MS…

  57. Techhash » I want an Origami Says:

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  58. Rowdie Says:

    They show the guy playing Halo but there’s not chance that works with those controls. Bunch of folks @ xbox.com thinking this is some portable game device which it clearly is not.

    With games out of the way sure looks like a nice form factor to me. I can’t wait to get rid of this crappy samsung 730i.

  59. The Bivings Report » What is the Origami Project? Says:

    […] Note: Here is a video of the device - looks like a small tablet PC.  Video is also available here. […]

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  61. MicrosoftBlog.com Says:

    Origami Video

    A video (featuring the same device in the pictures) has been found at marketing firm DIGITALKITCHEN’s site. Go to their homepage and a window will popup. Click enter. Click WORK. Then click BRANDTHEATR…

  62. Rod Shuffler Says:

    Soooo … ultimately the PDA market is failing beyond niche markets, and Microsoft want to jump in with a device running a full version of Windows. Riiiight. Windows is the dealbreaker for me, sorry. The device may be “innovative” (or take advantage of obvious convergence) but the OS is not. It’s bound be a huge success with MS marketing dollar behind it, and compatibility with all your existing software. Because, like, I never need a break from my computer right? I can take this thing anywhere and continue my work for The Man, and ignore my family forever! Woooohoooo!

  63. :: Origami Project revealed! :: February :: 2006 Says:

    […] Today though things are way clearer. Browsing around I came across this blog which gives out what he Origami Project is all about. And I should say that I am excited about this project/product. Have a look at the picture below and you will understand why. […]

  64. Abraham Estrada Says:

    Download the video un MPG

    http://www.pdamexico.net/content/view/2032/2/

  65. A L E A Says:

    Origami

    Much like everyone else, I’ve been wondering what Microsoft’s Origami Project is. The speculation runs rampant but it appears that you might not have to wait a few weeks to find out what Origami truly is. Marketing firm DigitalKitchen must have the…

  66. Superuser Says:

    Unless you believe the form factor was the barrier to adoption (or barrier to enabling all these “cool” (are they?) scenarios, then I don’t see what the big deal is?

  67. BLINGBLOG » Blog Informatique, Web et Insolite » 2006 » Février » 26 Says:

    […] Le mystérieux projet Origami de Microsoft semble être finalement révélé par un partenaire responsable de la publicité. (Dans Work->BrandTheatre->Microsoft Origami) […]

  68. Darren Straight’s Blog Says:

    […] Via: MS Discussion | Kevin’s Blog | DigitalKitchen […]

  69. A Freaky Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 Blog : Is this the Origami project? Says:

    […] Is this the Origami project? I was surfing today and bumped into lots of speculations about the Orgami project which is going to be “reveiled” in some weeks. All we can do is guess what it is going to be. I think this is a nice example of how viral marketing should or can work. Kevin 2.0 is on the good track i think, his story convinced me somehow.http://kevintwodotoh.com/2006/02/25/hardware/origami-video-the-real-deal.html This link is to the video in mpg format, you should use “save as”http://www.pdamexico.net/content/view/2032/2/I will update my blog if i found more info on this subject…. Filed Under: 12. Off Topic […]

  70. Tech Cognoscenti Says:

    Microsoft Origami

    A great find by Kevin 2.0: http://kevintwodotoh.com/2006/02/25/hardware/origami-video-the-real-deal.html After viewing the video, what is the big deal here? I hope it isn’t the mini-tablet in this video that leverages a mobile terminal’s data connect…

  71. GigaOM : » Origami What? Says:

    […] I just saw the video, checked out the photographs and came to this conclusion - it just might be a thinner, smaller and simpler Tablet PC optimized for multimedia and communications functions, much like Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. […]

  72. Defining David’s Blog » Blog Archive » Preview of The Next Big Thing… Says:

    […] Want more information on the Microsoft Origami Project? Visit Kevin 2.0 (which is where I learned about the video) and engadget. […]

  73. Wilfred Says:

    Looks great! Christmas 2006, maybe? That’s what I’m betting. And then it’ll be out by 2011.

  74. John Tokash » Om’s on fire Says:

    […] The Origami plot thickens with the found video and Om chastizes Palm for not doing it first (I totally agree). […]

  75. Origami Project - New Device From Microsoft? » Bill’s Baby Says:

    […] A more recent post from Scoble does seem to be trying to play down the hype, though and says that March 2nd will be the day we find out more, NOT the day that the product is released. With some sites hailing it as the pocket XBox and others saying it’s a portable media device. Engadget have some pictures and other sites have very similar pictures that would seem to corroborate that and indicate that a separate keyboard will be available too, possibly integrated in to the case. These pictures seem to have come from a marketing video made available by Digital Kitchen, though this video is no longer available on their site. […]

  76. Ricardo Magalhães Says:

    This is a great finding, the device seems pretty cool and portable enough. The functions remain to be seen but looking at the video it has some great potential.

    Good work Kevin.

  77. Sach Says:

    The link has gone! Didn’t anyone save the movie??? I feel I’ve mised out big time!

  78. Green_Ears Says:

    Haha,
    I watched it yesterday… Looks promising… At the very least, a functional micro-portable computer with real processing power (unlike iPaq-like devices). Interesting how this leak spread like wildfire… Not surprising the video is gone today. I hope someone saved the flash file somewhere…

  79. Johnny Appleseed Says:

    Once you go beyond pocket-size you might as well step up to a fully fledged subnotebook.

  80. ALD/Lins/2006/02/27 at Says:

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  81. Technology Watch » Blog Archive » Microsoft’s top secret Origami project unfolds Says:

    […] The discovery on media company’s website DigitalKitchen was made by blog site Kevin 2.0 and although the video seems to have been removed you can view a version here. From the pictures it looks like a small kind of tablet PC or ultramobile lifestyle PC as others have named it. […]

  82. SDE06 Says:

    No worries Sach, someone posted it on utube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV1WGDW37c0&search=project%20origami

  83. Ultravires Says:

    in the video they showed some guy playing halo, however looking at the layout of the device, how would that really be possbile? it doesn’t look like it was designed for gaming, though it would have been a cool thing to add in.

  84. Mvenini Says:

    I don’t get. what’s the difference between this, and the Motion LS800? Or even the HP TC1100?

    It’s not small enough to fit into your pocket. So you still need a bag to carry it in. So where ever you can use any OTHER tablet, you can use this.

    I thought this was going to be pocketable. Other then it being a bit smaller then other tablets, what’s the difference?

  85. Graham Says:

    This thing looks like an updated version of the Newton 2k1. Right down to the form factor, screen rotating capability and plug-in keyboard! Even the little case that holds the keyboard and Newton as a unit. To quote Marie Antoinette, “There is nothing new, but what has been forgotten.” Could this be a bit of MS FUD…depends on what Apple announces tomorrow. Reminds me of the Pen Windows vs Go FUD they pulled way back when.

  86. David L. Says:

    Good speculation that Transmeta (TMTA) is providing the processor for the Origami.

  87. Bhisham Pratap Says:

    VIRAL MARKETING. GOOD EXAMPLE.

  88. 2803, le blog Says:

    Microsoft Origami Project, la video

    Hier tout le monde à vu les photos du projet de mini tablet pc / lecteur video / lecteur mp3 /GPS … de Microsoft. Le site web du projet est tout aussi mystérieux, une vraie communication à la Apple. Microsoft va t il enfin vendre du hardware?…

  89. Varis Says:

    It’s Microsoft’s attempt to kill Pepper Pad, which is already going for an upgraded model. Read more: http://icct.blogspot.com/

  90. Peopleware » Blog Archive » Microsoft Origami: Pocket Table?! Says:

    […] O que sabemos dele? Quase nada (ainda) apenas um vídeo em flash que foi retirado de um PC, da empresa que foi contratada para fazer o comercial. […]

  91. MobileTechRoundup » MobileTechRoundup 29 Says:

    […] TOPICS: Roundtable on Microsoft’s Origami Project beginning to unfold as a concept with a video. We provide our thoughts on the concept and the future. Update on Kevin’s phone: the XV6700 is ahead of the Palm Treo 700w by four to one! There’s still a short time to vote and pick his next phone! Listener e-mail from Brian Dow. He’s looking for some advice on a WM 5.0 phone as a college student, so of course we provide more advice than he bargained for. Oh…and Brian Dow Rules!!!!! Dave has his Slingbox, we all use Orb and now SageTV adds a placeshifting beta client. Freeware of the day is actually an awesome Firefox extension called: SessionSaver. This extension will reopen all of your tabs if Firefox closes or you lose power. Thanks to Perry for the tip! […]

  92. JC Says:

    Um…if I was too guess its a first generation reference design based on the Microsoft WinHEC 2005 “Ultra Mobile 2007″ Concept. http://www.brighthand.com/article/Gates_Unveils_Ultra_Mobile_2007

    build a ultra mobile full functioning windows tablet PC for $500-$800. Why knock that?

  93. Brightlamp Technology Says:

    Halo on Microsoft Origami.

    Rumours are abound that Microsoft’s forthcoming Origami device will be capable of playing Halo.

  94. Mortis Says:

    Hmmmm, Media center edition PC, then Xbox 360 with media connect, now the Origami, you know it will interface with other microsoft products, Bill’s goal is to provide ALL the toys in your home, for your family and in your life, and he’s doing a damn good job. Why buy a blackberry that can just interface with the PC, when you can get an Origami, that will connect with the PC, Xbox 360 and god knows what else. This Rocks!!!!!

  95. J. Says:

    Origami: well, you might as well start writing about it now, cuz video isn’t up on that site anymore. Shouldn’t have been hard to anticipate that one?!?!

  96. Techno Rant, I » Blog Archive » Leak 2.0: Origami Was Staged Says:

    […] And the ‘old’ demo video that just ‘happened’ to be out there a marketing agency web portfolio and has since ‘disappeared’ but is all over YouTube – this is happenstance? […]

  97. HTNet Says:

    The Origami Project Mystery

    There’s been a lot of hubbub surrounding OrigamiProject.com, especially since people started to notice that the domain was registered by Microsoft.
    Let’s see what the web site tells us…

    A page that has a title of hello, containin…

  98. Technological Rambles Says:

    Microsoft planning to give iPod a run for its money? Stay tuned, 3/2 is the day!

    The buzz on a bunch of different blogs is that Microsoft is launching a cool new PDA/MP3 player on 3/2 which is going to give the iPod a run for their money. I won’t bore you with all the speculation

  99. Surprise Highway Says:

    Origami Marketing Team: Not fired yet thanks to RSS

    This makes me laugh. But, not in a way that most of my friends would appreciate. So I’ll tell the Internet instead. Scoble, a prominent Microsoft blogger, recently proclaimed that you should be fired if your marketing site doesn’t have…

  100. Ladislav Kocbach Says:

    Well the day is now proclaimed to be MARCH 16th. And more weeks might be added.

    For those who are looking for a cool tablet of innovative technology: Nokia 770 is available now: http://www.nokia.com/770

  101. Brian Lawley Says:

    I’m betting this thing is a tablet PC. Could be wrong, but I don’t think so.

  102. Frank Moss Says:

    I for one would pick this item up today if it were available. I hope they can work out their manufacturing issues, I’m still in line for my xbox360! Come on MS - I want to give you money…

  103. ajtish.net | » Blog Archive » Microsoft Origami Says:

    […] Kevin 2.0 Blog […]

  104. travis Says:

    on digital kitchens video whats the name of the projhect to see the video i dont see it

  105. boodah Says:

    all I want to know is will it run reason and acid?

  106. Kyle Palko Says:

    N00b.

  107. Clara Laclette Says:

    Well, it was on TV last night, and people were talking about it at work today. It seems like it would be an awesome replacement for the laptops we use at work. Having to drag a laptop home is a nightmare, but something that weighs less than 2 lbs is another story… Now, the news said the battery will hold only approximately 3 hours. Not that great. But then again, with such small piece of equipment, there will be plenty of room in my purse to carry the power adapter around. As far as HD capability, if it can be synchronized with another PC, it really doesn’t need that much space. And if it really comes to the shelves costing between $600 and $1,000 as the news said, I am definitely getting one. Does anyone know when it will be available? They said spring.

  108. 網絡暴民 Jacky’s Blog » 20060228網摘 - Google Calendar? Says:

    […] Origami video: the real deal? Origami 是一個多功能的 Mobile Device,有 MCE, Tablet PC, Windows Mobile 等等功能 […]

  109. uh-oh Says:

    […] anyway. i want a little teeny tiny computer, bigger than a pda but not by much, that i can just carry around EVERYWHERE. maybeorigami will fulfill those desires? […]

  110. BlueSparc – design, technology news » Blog Archive » What is it? Microsoft’s Origami project Says:

    […] I will not pretend to have anymore information regarding Origami or any other secret Microsoft project, but Kevin 2.0 may have some answers. […]

  111. Microsoft Origami Video and Pics! - The Digg Effect - Search for Diggs or get Dugg Says:

    […] Somebody from a digital marketing firm leaked their promotional Microsoft Origami video… So Kevin took a few screen shots for us! It looks like a mini tablet PC - nothing more, nothing less.read more | digg story […]

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