Originally Posted by blf
the reason i am interested is because the logical next step for this device is to replace a laptop. walk into your office and drop it into a cradle and your desktop opens on your 23" monitor. sam thing when you go home.
That is a good question and a great theory, but imagine as soon as you plop your iPhone down, hook it up to a 23" monitor, your going to be doing things at an iPhone pace. You don't have a 1.8 GHz processor or 2GB of RAM your working with, its very minimum. Hell, imagine running World of Warcraft on your current cell phone.
It's a good thought, but your probably thinking 15 years in the future.