If you know the name Olivetti, it's probably from its typewriters in decades gone by. But the Italian tech firm has jumped right into the 21st century by launching the OliPad, on sale in Italy this very week for €399. Engadget has more...
JanSt / MOD
Mar. 8, 2011 at 15:01
G*d, it's so typical for Engadget... Olivetti made one of the first commercially viable PC's, and they have done a lot of work in the mobile tech sector, but hey, Italy is like, duh, 3rd World, so we make the typewriter joke.. And Nokia are timbermill folks on the fjords of Lapland. Only Apple fell right from the Borg mothership loaded with hightech. Pffft...
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