The secret is out - Microsoft Origami: Latest Information from CeBIT
More details about the secret Microsoft device Origami are streaming in from CeBIT. Though previously it was being believed that Microsoft might actually be making this, the Origami device is being unveiled by Samsung (called Q1 for the time being) and is an all black device, with a large touch screen, 40 GB hard disk (wooo!), Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The touch screen will provide a fully functional QWERTY on-screen keyboard, but the device can be connected to a bluetooth keyboard as well. Q1 will be running Intel Pentium or Celeron Ultra Low Voltage Mobile processor, and a standard Windows XP edition, and not a scaled down version or Windows CE. The Q1 will also support digital television and GPS (though exact details are still not known).