Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
An Internet device that simply and affordably provides the right features for Internet-based commercial computing while still supporting mainstream personal productivity applications.
In a nutshell, an iMac for businesses. Compaq positions the iPaq as the industry’s first “Legacy-Free” Windows 2000 device, that uses USB ports instead of PCI or legacy ports. It comes with an Intel Pentium III 500 CuMine processor or Intel Celeron 500 processor. Competitive pricing starts at US$499 (includes Internet keyboard, excludes monitor) and the “sleek, innovative industrial design” is reminiscent of a superior Internet computer…