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Publisher / Editor @ CloudAve and Enterprise Irregulars. Industry Observer, Blogger, Startup Advisor, Program Chair @ SVASE (Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs). In his "prior life" spent 15 years immersed in the business of Enterprise Software, at management positions with SAP, IBM, Deloitte, KPMG and the like.

3 responses to “CrunchPad: a Netbook Sans Keyboard”

  1. touch

    Better product for $299: Touchbook
    The specifications

    * 9.4″ x 7″ x 1.4″ for 2 lbs (with keyboard)
    * ARM Texas Instruments OMAP3 chip
    * 1024×600 8.9” screen
    * Storage: 8GB micro SD card
    * Wifi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth
    * 3-dimensional accelerometer
    * Speakers, micro and headphone
    * 6 USB 2.0 (3 internal, 2 external, 1 mini)
    * 10h to 15 hours of battery life
    And it’s all OpenSource hardware and software.

  2. The CrunchPad is Real. A Sexy Little Situational Device. | CloudAve

    [..] Wow, what a difference 3 months make.   Here’s theCrunchPad prototypein January: [..]

  3. Want to use your Netbook as an E-reader? Read on. | Netbook Reviews - Netbook Review Blog

    [..] – think of it as a netbook without a hard drive and a tangible keyboard. The prototype comes with a touch screen keyboard much like the iPhone and also comes with WiFi. It falls between today’s e-reader and netbook. Looks snazzy too. (more) [..]