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Hey everyone! The world’s first tablet PC is coming soon! Also it can travel through time, which is certainly a useful feature.
OK, no one seems exactly sure what The Straits Times meant when it claimed that Fusion Garage’s upcoming device is set to become the “world’s first tablet PC,” but those kinds of phrase sure do wonders for search engine traffic.
The reason that the news of some Singapore company that you may have never heard of is releasing a tablet can actually be considered news is that this is the device likely to be named the CrunchPad. It’s the piece of hardware that TechCrunch head Michael Arrington has been jonesing to create.
Fusion Garage showed the device off to The Straits Times. It’s got a 12-inch screen and weighs 2.6 pounds. There’s no storage built in; it’s meant to perform its computing entirely in the cloud. The tablet is being targeted for a November shipment at a price of roughly $400–a bit more than Arrington’s original $300 target. That’s probably less than the Apple iPad will cost; it’s rumored for a release around the same time.
Arrington, for his part, is suitably–and somewhat hypocritically–mad at the news. Well, not just mad, but “ripsh*t mad,” according to a recent tweet. A surprising reaction, perhaps, from the guy who recently published a bunch of secret Twitter docs acquired through some tricky account hacking.
Is he really mad, though? Really? If Arrington was really upset about the free publicity for his blog and hardware (and ego), I don’t imagine that he would have tweeted about it to his 11,000 followers, complete with a link to the Techmeme cluster on the topic.
Besides, he’s clearly got other things to worry about–like getting out of his AT&T contract.
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