The SIMpad is a portable computer developed by the company Keith & Koep by order of Siemens AG, with an 8.4″ TFT touchscreen. Commonly used with wireless network cards, it was marketed as a device to browse the World Wide Web. Initially announced in January 2001 at the Consumer Electronics Show, the SIMpad was not very popular in the mainstream US market.There are five known model variants, all out of production:The OpenSIMpad project offers a SIMpad related Wiki where one can find information about Linux, Windows CE, hardware and mods.The commercial website offers a licensed Windows CE 4.2 “.net” bug fix and upgrade for all SIMpad models.

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