Whoa! that’s the first word seeing TechCrunch plain simple tablet named Crunchpad turn out to be real. The idea is quite simple—a device, tablet PC basically which has nothing but touch screen and web browser. If you missed that, check this out. That’s on July 21, 2008 around half a year ago!

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And now they come out with their prototype B. It’s not a render photo anymore, it’s real.

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Briefly it’s like Motion Computer device and runs Ubuntu. Check for more information at TechCrunch. There are youtube running this in person too, but as it is prototype, so don’t expected to have that deep info. They just told that it would be ended up around $299 or so.

What do you guys think of this? or grabbing used motion like LS800 is a better idea!? I just don’t think this Crunchpad has that bright future honestly until it will be like what they designed at first.

[via UMPCPortal]