TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington’s CrunchPad device continues to inch toward reality. Today Arrington revealed a few new conceptual drawings of the CrunchPad, promising that a working prototype based on the new design should be ready in a few weeks. The idea behind the CrunchPad is to create a tablet PC that basically serves one purpose: […]
Mike Arrington’s CrunchPad leaps toward reality – do you care?
TechCrunch founder Mike Arrington may have failed in his quest to develop a $200 portable internet tablet. But it’s starting to look like he’s come pretty darn close. Last night some images of a nearly production quality prototype leaked out, and both TechCrunch and CrunchGear have confirmed that these images are the real deal. So […]
The TechCrunch tablet crams netbook parts into an internet tablet
TechCrunch’s Mike Arrington started an intriguing project last summer. The goal was to build a $200 tablet designed for browsing the web, watching online video, and generally doing things that you can do in a browser. The idea was that since the hardware and software didn’t need to support any application other than the web […]