OQO, a company founded by engineers who formerly worked on Apple’s PowerBook G4, has unveiled a pocket PC — not to be confused with Microsoft’s PocketPC handheld. OQO’s pocket PC is only slightly larger than most handhelds but packs an 800MHz Crusoe TM5800 Transmeta chip, four-inch color LCD display, 256MB RAM, 10GB hard drive, FireWire, USB, 802.11b, and Bluetooth. According to c|net, the ultra portable computer is expected to ship in the second-half of the year for about US$1,000 and will run Windows XP.