New PC T-Cube As Small As An Orange

Posted: Dec 13 2003, 7:52pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:09pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
New PC T-Cube as small as an Orange
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At the TRON 2004 Show Japanese Personal Media Company shows off the T-Cube a pocket-size PC running T-Engine.

T-Engine is somekind of OS standardization project for networked computers in Japan that started in 2002. Seems they want to build something that does not require to license Windows. Don't know why they not just adopt Linux.

The T-Cube runs the current T-Engine OS and uses a CPU from NEC VR5701. The desktop is written for the chinese Market supporting Multi- and Super-Chinese Character sets.

The T-Cube (tentative name) is supposed to ship in Q1 2004. Press-Release (Raw Translation)

See also the Java Wrist Watches that were presented at the TRON 2004 show in Tokyo.

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