Era Think EraPalm runs like a netbook, a portable gaming handheld
The China Consumer Electronics Fair inspires tired cliches about mating gadgets. It took a wild night between Windows 7 tablet and a portable gaming console to spawn Era Think EraPalm. The handheld runs on Windows 7 and has a 5-inch touchscreen with 800*480 resolution that slides out full QWERTY keyboard- all of which is reminiscent of OQO model o2, except for the gaming controls flanking the display. It got netbook line specifications including Atom Z Processor, 3G connectivity, and Ethernet, HDMI, VGA and USB ports. Its got a GPS and 1080p video support.