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- A New Mission for Newton
From MacWorld Online -- Apple to package next-generation PDAs for targeted markets, a discussion of the next generation "N2" and "Shay" products.
- A Newton 200C
Complete with a thumb-print, color 3-D computer image analyses of subject "K. Mitnick", and a bar-code in the background!
- Apple MediaSurfer
A design concept from Astro Design
- Clamshell Newton to Blur Laptop Line
An article from MacWEEK News about two mobile devices: a keyboard-equipped Newton OS system, code-named Shay, and a new, high-performance MessagePad.
- Color Newton?
A sketch by R. Magee.
- Iomega n-hand
A small, low-cost, high-capacity storage device for digital cameras, personal digital assistants (PDAs), palmtop computers, intelligent cellular telephones, electronic games, and other handheld devices. Today, most handheld devices use Flash memory for storage. But flash memory cost up to $20-80 per megabyte, and that's just too expensive. n-hand disks are expected to cost about 50¢ per megabyte. The disks will store 20 megabytes of your stuff and are expected to cost less than $10 each. Perhaps, one day, we'll see one on a Newton!
- MacUser Feature: Apple's Future
A very good discussion of the likely future of the Newton -- How about a Newton with a 160MHz StrongArm running ten-times faster than the current MessagePad 130? These Newtons may support real-time handwriting recognition; instant switching among applications; blindingly fast scrolling; double the current MessagePad's battery life; and, eventually, voice recognition.
- MessagePad 150
A Special Report from MacInTouch.
Wouldn't it be nice if the Newton had a storage device like this? -- From Iomega, the n-hand.
- Newton 200c, 200i
A color Newton 200c, and a backlit Newton 200i.
- PowerPad 10/200
The PowerPad 10/200 is the next generation of portable computing. It is positioned between the Newton and Powerbook, offering the best of both worlds. It is completely CHRP compliant and offers the most powerful portable platform available utilizing the newest PowerPC processor.
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