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OQO, Inc.
TypePrivate
IndustryElectronics
Founded2000
Defunct2009
HeadquartersSan Francisco, California
Andrew Popell, Founder
Jory Bell, Founder
Jonathan Betts-LaCroix, Founder
Nick Merz, Founder
Robert Ford, Founder
Michael Prichard, Founder
ProductsSubnotebook computers
Websitehttp://www.oqo.com/ (archive)

OQO was a U.S. computer hardware company that was notable for manufacture of handheld computers. Its systems possess the functionality of a tablet PC in a size slightly larger than a personal digital assistant (PDA). According to Guinness World Records, the 'OQO' was the smallest full-powered, full-featured personal computer in 2005.[1] The company's first version of subnotebook computer is the OQO model 01. Recently, it has been compared with the Ultra Mobile PC platform, although it was introduced before the UMPC took flight. The company was founded in 2000.[2]

OQO was reported to have stopped production in April 2009.[3][4][5] The company confirmed that it had ceased operations in May 2009 because of financial difficulties.[6]

OQO Model 01[edit]

OQO Model 01

The original OQO model 01 was announced several years before prototypes were even seen, leading many people to call it vaporware until it was finally released in Q3 of 2004. The computer shipped with Windows XP installed (Home Edition or Professional, but the Tablet PC Edition was not available until the model 01+ was released) and featured a 1 GHzTransmeta Crusoe processor, 20 GBhard drive, and 256 MB of RAM. It included USB 1.1, FireWire 400, a headphone port, and a built-in microphone, integrated 802.11b wireless radio, as well as Bluetooth. The OQO uses an Wacom electromagnetic induction-type pen stylus with a magnetic field sensitive 800x480 resolution transflective screen. Retail shipments began on October 14, 2004.Its size is 4.9 in by 3.4 in by 0.9 in and it weighs 0.9 lbs.[7]

OQO Model 01+[edit]

The OQO model 01+ was announced and released on September 27, 2005. Representing an incremental update to the model 01, the OQO model 01+ features a larger 30 GB hard drive, 512 MB of RAM (Double that of the OQO 01), USB 2.0, and an internal speaker. It also adds support for portrait display mode (An update for the model 01 is available from OQO). It also has a redesigned screen bezel intended to improve the accuracy of its Wacom enabled display (By increasing the space between the bezel and edge of the display).

Originally it was only available running Windows XP Home or Pro editions. The OQO model 01+ running on Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 was introduced on January 4, 2006, taking advantage of handwriting recognition and improved navigation.

OQO Model 02[edit]

The OQO model 02 was introduced by Bill Gates in January 2007 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. He showcased OQO's next generation of ultra-mobile PC, the model 02, in his keynote address that weighed in at a mere one pound and is small enough to fit in a pocket, the model 02 is the world's smallest fully functional Windows Vista PC.

Like its predecessor, the model 02 Ultra-Mobile PC is a handheld device that runs Windows (choice of XP Professional or Vista Business.) The new product sported a new black casing and a backlit keyboard, a much brighter 5 inch LCD screen, 800x480 pixel display with an active digitizer for pen-based input.

Several models were introduced at the time with VIA C7-M ULV processors that ranged from 1.2 GHz, 1.5 GHz, and 1.6 GHz, choice of 512MB or 1GB of RAM, and choice of hard drive. In the solid state drive (SSD) category a 32 or a 64 GB are available, or standard HD choices are from 60 to 120 GB. Also included is Bluetooth 2.0, 802.11a/b/g WiFi, USB 2.0, a 3.5 mm x 1 line out/line in audio jack and an HDMI-out port. The model 02 also offered optional integrated EV-DO mobile broadband with choice of Verizon or Sprint as service provider.

Advanced security features are also provided, including an on-board Trusted Platform Module, and thanks to the VIA C7-M's built-in Padlock features, hardware-level encryption, hashing and random number generation functions.

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The model 02 also has the ability to zoom to 1000x600 and 1200x720 interpolated modes, horizontal/vertical screen rotation, and a sensor that automatically protects the hard drive in case of a drop. Accessories include a novelly-designed docking station (with a DVD+-RW drive, HDMI and VGA video out, three USB 2.0 ports, and a 3.5 mm audio jack), an extended battery that lasts up to six hours, and choice of a soft leatherette 'executive' case or durable aluminum 'stronghold' case.

Since its introduction in 2007, the model 02 has won the following awards[citation needed]:

  • Stevie Award for Best New Product
  • Japan’s 2007 Good Design Award
  • LAPTOP Magazine, Ultimate Mobility Issue: LAPTOP Ultimate Choice 2007
  • Business 2.0 Magazine: 4 Stars (Editor’s Choice) and 'Our Picks for .. Ultramobile PCs.'
  • Microsoft: “2007 Windows Vista PC Innovation Award”
  • Gizmodo: “The Best of ‘Best of CES 2007’ Lists” (Best Computer)
  • Popular Science: Best of CES 2007
  • Wired Magazine: CES Winners and Losers
  • LAPTOP Magazine: 2007 Best of CES Awards
  • LAPTOP Magazine Rating: 4 Stars
  • PC Magazine Editor’s Rating: 4 Stars

OQO Model e2[edit]

OQO Model e2

OQO in September 2007 announced the availability of the model e2 with embedded HSDPA mobile broadband capability, providing customers in Europe and Asia with widely available high-speed Internet connectivity.

The OQO model e2 with embedded HSDPA is designed specifically to meet international demand for anytime/anywhere computing with access to the Internet and networked PC applications in a pocketable and ergonomic design. the OQO model e2 supports 'open SIM' HSDPA ('3.5G') as well as UMTS, EDGE, and GPRS.

The model e2 with embedded mobile broadband supports data access through UMTS/HSDPA at 2100 MHz, and is downward compatible with GPRS/EDGE networks at 900 MHz and 1800 MHz. Download speeds of up to 3.6 Mbit/s are currently supported.

The product is available SIM-free and network unlocked, allowing customers maximum flexibility in selecting their preferred wireless operator and data plan. Users of the model e2 have their choice of connectivity options, including tri-band wide-area wireless, WiFi 802.11a/b/g and Bluetooth 2.0.

The OQO model 02 and OQO model e2 come with a VIA C7-M ULV processor (1.6 GHz, 1.5 GHz, or 1.2 GHz), up to 1 GB of RAM, up to a 120 GB hard drive, with the option of a 32 GB or 64 GB solid-state drive, has Bluetooth 2.0 (with Enhanced Data Rate), tri-mode WiFi (802.11a/b/g) and optional 3G mobile broadband (EV-DO in the US, UMTS/HSDPA internationally).

OQO Model 2+[edit]

OQO Atom-based 'model 2+' was unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco labeled as 'OQO MID' as a 'technology demonstration.'[8] The model 2+ has been formally announced at CES 2009, and is available with a 1.33 GHz or 1.86 GHz Intel Atom processor, 2GB RAM, Qualcomm Gobi global wireless internet, touch screen, and is the first PC to feature an active matrix OLED display.[9]

Projected shipping date was around May 22, 2009, but the product never shipped. OQO ceased production because of financial difficulties.[10]

Bankruptcy[edit]

The company confirmed that it had ceased operations in May 2009 because of financial difficulties.[6] In April 2009, OQO started returning unrepaired in-warranty devices. In addition, the company stated that it would no longer offer any repair or service support, although third party warranties remained in effect. In May 2009, their phone numbers were disconnected, and emails were not deliverable.[11] Their website also indicates 'We are sorry to report that OQO Inc. is out of Business as of April 2009, OQO has closed.'[2]

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OQO model specifications[edit]

ComponentModel 01Model 01+Model 02Model e2Model 2+ (Pre-production)
CPUTransmeta Crusoe TM5800 1 GHzTransmeta Crusoe TM5800 1 GHzVIA C7-M ULV 1.6 GHzVIA C7-M ULV 1.6 GHzIntel Atom Z540 1.87 GHz Hyper-Threading
RAM256MB DDR512MB DDR1GB DDR21GB DDR22GB DDR2
Hard Drive20GB HDD30GB HDD120GB HDD or 64GB SSD120GB HDD or 64GB SSD120GB HDD or 64GB SSD
Display5' Transflective 800x480 LCD5' Transflective 800x480 LCD5' 800x480 LCD5' 800x480 LCD5' active matrix 800x480 OLED
USB1.12.02.02.02.0
Wi-Fi802.11b802.11b802.11a/b/g802.11a/b/g802.11a/b/g
WWANn/an/aEVDO from Sprint or VerizonHSDPA
Bluetooth1.11.12.02.02.0
WacomYesYes (Improved accuracy)YesYesYes
GPUSilicon Motion Lynx3DM+Silicon Motion Lynx3DM+VIA/S3 UniChrome Pro IIVIA/S3 UniChrome Pro IIIntel GMA500
Removable Battery4,000 mAh or 8,000 mAh4,000 mAh or 8,000 mAh4,500 mAh or 9,000 mAh4,500 mAh or 9,000 mAh4,500 mAh or 9,000 mAh
Battery Typelithium polymerLithium Polymerlithium ion polymerlithium ion polymerlithium ion polymer
Docking CableUSB 1.1USB 2.0replaced by dongle or dockreplaced by dongle or dockreplaced by dongle or dock
DockZinc standZinc standGloss Black w/ optical driveGloss Black w/ optical driveGloss Black w/ optical drive
Ethernet10BaseT100BaseT100BaseT100BaseT100BaseT
DongleRJ45 & VGARJ45 & VGAunknown
Keyboard57 key57 key58 key58 key58 key
Weight397g397g413g*413g*413g*

* Depends on configuration. OQO computers with standard battery, solid state drive, and no WWAN weigh approximately 413g (14.5 oz).

References[edit]

  1. ^Guinness Book of World Records 2006, ISBN978-0-553-58906-1
  2. ^ ab'About OQO'. OQO. Archived from the original on January 26, 2010. Retrieved 2011-05-23.
  3. ^Handheld PC Maker OQO Not Long for This World, 2009-04-13, retrieved 2009-05-19
  4. ^OQO Update: No Further Production, No Support Available, 2009-04-24, retrieved 2009-05-19
  5. ^Model 2+ production seen as 'unlikely,' says OQO exec, 2009-04-24, retrieved 2009-05-19
  6. ^ abDavies, Chris (2009-05-22). 'OQO confirm closure, end of repair service; Tech sale being explored'. SlashGear. Retrieved 2019-05-26.
  7. ^OQO Model 01 Ultra Personal (XP Pro) Specs. Tablet PCs Specifications
  8. ^'ENGADGET OQO prototype shown with Intel's Atom inside'. Archived from the original on 2012-07-10. Retrieved 2008-08-21.
  9. ^'Business Technology News and Commentary'. InformationWeek. Retrieved 2021-01-12.
  10. ^Lanier, Xavier. 'OQO is Done, But Tech/Team May Live On'. www.gottabemobile.com. Retrieved 2021-01-12.
  11. ^'RIP, OQO: company discontinues repair service, disconnects phone lines'. Engadget. Retrieved 2021-01-12.
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External links[edit]

  • Media related to OQO computers at Wikimedia Commons
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