News Burst: IBM struts its stuff in Japan

IBM has been showing off prototypes of products it expects will become commonplace in the next millennium at the IBM Fair 98 in Japan.
Written by Martin Veitch, Contributor

The Active Matrix Liquid Crystal Display is an advanced flat panel technology used to create a 200-pixel-per-inch display that IBM says creates a resolution and fidelity similar to a printed page. Also shown, the wearable ThinkPad prototype is a notebook shrunk to the footprint of a 3Com Palm with a 233MHz processor, 64MB of RAM, 340MB hard drive and voice-activated interface.

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