OQO model 2 running windows 7 So in search for tiny, useful and wacom I came across the OQO. I gave it a go with the hp slate 500, being ntrig I had my reservations. Ntrig ended up being OK but limiting in the apps I could use, so ended up selling it on ebay. I got myself something that is a bit older but smaller but at the same time has wacom. Yes I know what some of you might be saying, what the heck can I do on a screen that small. Well it is 5 inches and 5 inches of full windows. The device itself came with XP and for me that just won't do. I love windows 7 so went ahead and installed that. Had to do it twice as I sorta made a big old mistake doing the first installation, but when all was said and done and all the drivers and windows updates installed it the computer was awesome. So it sort of reminds me of a gps with a keyboard that slides out. The keyboard is really easy to use and has a dedicated # side which rocks. The biggest draw was the computer had a wacom screen. I love, simply love being geeky and taking my computer everywhere. Usually I draw on it, mostly sketches as when I am with friends that is what I like best. So why not take something that is just slightly bigger than a phone, and sketch on my favorite programs. Take in mind this is not a computer replacement for any other art computer, just another addition if you want to be really portable and still draw on the screen. All the programs you would think work. Ones I have tested and work very well with no lag and perfect pressure are: -SAI -Open Canvas 4 -Sketchbook Pro -Az Drawing -Art Rage They all work without an issue. I would suggest using sketchbook and art rage the most as you can do full screen and for a screen this small I highly suggest it . I am currently installing photoshop cs3 as cs3 seems to handle well on small screens compared to cs5. Once that is in I will report on how PS works on it, being so small. All in all I am amazed something this small. relatively cheap works so well. Take in mind OQO comes in a variety of models. I went after the Model 2. You need to get these on craigslist or ebay as they no longer make them. Totally recommend it if you want something tiny to draw on while on the go. You can get the battery that lasts longer than the original and get about 5 hrs instead of the typical 2.5-3 hrs (estimated). 2 quick shots: Oqo model 2 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Oqo model 2 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Video soon to come EDIT Works with Photoshop. Tested with both Photoshop cs3 and photoshop 7. Handles way better and less lag on PS7 and handles the screen size better. Quick test, pressure works on it too no prob Oqo | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Oqo | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Will take non cellphone photos soon with video showing how it works. Take in mind I would never make this my one and only computer for anything. The thing is tiny so it would be a great companion. But if you want a full windows pc, and one that takes windows 7 well and you can draw on it check the OQO model 2 out. If you like small screens, wacom and having all the art apps you usually use, I suggest this. I adore this little computer If you have any questions just ask. I plan on doing some more extensive sketches in a bit to see how it fares .