The All-In-One Card

This card would make mp3 players like iPod history and most PDA's and cell phones look bulky and old. It is called "All-in-One Card" or AIO Card" (or Advanced Input Output Card) It has almost everything you need in a modern gadget and more.



AIO card is a thin client. It is like a remote display on a card over wireless. It means all its processing, and storage remains on a powerful server. It uses the same thin client technology found in Sun Rays. It only needs a small processor that does nothing but send the touch and other inputs to a server, and the server sends the display and sound back. Since all the storage is on a server, it gives you virtually unlimited storage for your data, pictures and songs. (unlikes iPods and mp3 players which have a limited memory)

Since its applications run on the server, it can run many rich application like your favorite games or other productivity apps like web browser or OpenOffice. All the apps and songs are instantly available.



It has a paper like display similar to E-Ink which is thin, touch sensitive and very energy efficient. You can use your bluetooth headset to hear audio. You can make and receive unlimited phone or video calls! It can also interface to any other bluetooth device like keyboards or mouse or cameras.

Since it doesn't need much power for the processor or the display, it runs on energy from solar cells (similar to those you may find on a calculator) So you never have to worry much about charging it.

It has the same size as any credit card, and is compatible with Java Card or Smart Cards. So you can use it as an ID card or credit card. You can keep it safe in your wallet.

It has GPS or more accurate Galileo. Which means its server can know about your location and movements. This means a whole new world of services, including alerting you in case there is a traffic congestion ahead of you, or helping you find people, if they allow you to see their where abouts.


If you need a bigger display, you just insert it into a special smart card reader connected to any normal monitor or TV or projector and it will show the display. Which means for people who use a PC for email, browsing or just games, they longer need a home PC. You have a terminal that gives you terrabytes of disk storage with super computer like processor! All you may need are bluetooth keyboad, mouse and monitor! Needless to say you don't have to worry about your home PC getting infected with virus and worms - there would be administrators at the server regularly upgrading the system and backing up your data.

It is cheap since it is basically fabricating a single integrated card. If it gets damaged or stolen you don't lose anything. All the data is safe back on the central server. You can borrow some one else's and login with your account. Or if you have many of those cards, you can arrange them next to each other and get a bigger display area.


Update 1:
It is not an actual or planned product. Images are obviously made with GIMP. This is my vision or prediction for 2006. Read it as my pet peeves about today's iPods or mobile phones - cant keep them in a wallet, limited storage, limited processing capability, need for a charger, monopolistic service providers who try to squeeze every pennies out of your pocket for silly things like incoming calls.... I am just tossing an idea, catch it and build it if you want :-)

Comments to some questions raised in comments below:
1. Bandwidth requirements: Many Sun employees (for eg Dan) have Sun Ray at home, which is a thin client LCD screen, keyboard, mouce etc., which connects securely to servers inside Sun. This is over broadband and works like magic. AIO card if displaying on card surface, would require much less bandwidth than a typical sun ray. So its bandwidth requirements should be met with today's state of the art. Thre are wireless Sun Ray laptops too - which are much lighter and cooler than laptops with a processor!

2. About a central server: - No, it does not have to be just one server. You can login to any server by any service provider. You can turn your home PC into a dedicated server just for you. You can run any OS on your PC (eg. Solaris, Linux or Mac OS X) and get the display on card.

3. energy requirements: Solar cell was a rough estimate, assuming that display (which is a major power hungry component) is replaced with E-Ink type of components. Else you can just use a clip to charge it.

Update 2: Some calculations using today's technology make it seems like it is much more feasible than I initially thought,

-Chandan (commenting on things to come in 2006)
Comments:

I love it... reminds me of an old science fiction show called Time Trax - the main character (from the future obviously)had a computer on a credit card. The card could project a hologram, research, open locks... all the stuff bluetooth can do now... Outside of the whole bluesnarfing thing, I would be happy to buy the 3rd one...

Posted by Sean on December 31, 2005 at 05:23 AM PST #

It looks great, but wouldn't you always have to be connected to the internet for it to work?

Posted by Steven on December 31, 2005 at 05:23 AM PST #

Is it just a concept at this point, or has it really been made?

Posted by forgotten_chicken on December 31, 2005 at 05:24 AM PST #

Interesting idea, but I can't help but look at the cards in my wallet and see how much wear and tear they accumulate in relatively short period of time. If they where a display I would throw them away long time ago. Another problem is that all of your wireless features (Bluetooth, wifi and GPS) require a good antenna for a worthwhile operation, something that I don't think will fit on the card. You also claim that this will kill devices like iPod and PDA, but since this solution requires fast connections (to listen to music) you might find yourself without needed data at the time when you can't do without it. Talking about music, where are the headphones/speakers suppose to plug into? And if you are planning to use it for anything other then useless card, you would need battery that is much bigger then what you display. Take one step at a time. If you can produce the card that would display my contact list in black and white in a size which I can carry in my wallet I will be happy customer.

Posted by Resare on December 31, 2005 at 05:32 AM PST #

This is fine if you're home. If you're not, then the card has to be directly and cheaply connected to your home server, at high speed to allow those bandwidth-hungry graphics to be transferred, said home system which has your particular mix of applications on it -- otherwise, you're simply opening the door for a host of third party people to charge you for every little thing you do. How is that connection to be obtained? I note bluetooth symbology on the card, that's extremely short range technology, though low power. Not going to work in most venues. You show WiFi as well, which would be better and there is some infrastructure for it, but that's extremely power hungry technology. Which means it is not going to work in a solar powered card. Period. So what are you thinking here? http://www.blackbeltsystems.com/

Posted by Ben on December 31, 2005 at 05:34 AM PST #

Is this item planned for real-world development? What is the estimated cost? On the commenting side, i think this device is a great idea and if developed may become the starting point for new ways of portable computing. However if the planned location for the solar cells are those green blocks on the back, it may be advisable that an external stand or clip on atachment to come with the device upon purchase with external cells. as i can imagine the device will spend much of its time screen-side-up on a surface. Thus.. no light! an external cell array that attached to the device, possibly prop'ing it up to be viewable without looking down upon it, would be ideal to maintain a good charge.

Posted by Chris on December 31, 2005 at 05:35 AM PST #

I think this technology would be totally feasible, but i'm not sure how much I'd like to be entirely dependent for storage and processing on necessarily flakey wireless technology... dead spots are everywhere even in big cities. Still, eventually flash technology and processors will put decent localized storage and processing in a form factor like this. If you need some free legal work for a project like this, hit me up dude!

Posted by vhyper, esq. on December 31, 2005 at 05:36 AM PST #

Clearly not possible with todays technology, but it doesn't seem that far off. We need better batteries, better bluetooth (smaller antenna, don't need to plug in headphones), better WiFi and a thin protective case would extend the wallet life.

Posted by Fantius on December 31, 2005 at 05:38 AM PST #

And in which century will this be available?

Posted by guest on December 31, 2005 at 05:42 AM PST #

You can hold this device in your wallet, but you can't hold an enitre bluetooth keyboard in your wallet, can you now? As Resare said, take it one step at a time. For now this is just science fiction.

Posted by Royall on December 31, 2005 at 05:42 AM PST #

So a PDA except you are using magic instead of real technology to do what all the PDA manufacturers are working towards (smaller, more functionality, more connectivity). What a joke.

Posted by guest on December 31, 2005 at 06:08 AM PST #

Great concept, but I am certain it will be a long long time before we see anything like this actually become available.

Posted by Tadpole on December 31, 2005 at 06:09 AM PST #

You still need a processor for wireless, browsing, etc. The mobile phone is a much better alternative as long as the cellular providers get dropped out. This country really needs to get rid of cable and telephone companies.

Posted by chris on December 31, 2005 at 06:10 AM PST #

It sounds doable, but with all the data server side, its got some issues like, lag, and slow data speeds, and such. maybe if it connects to a home network wifi with broadband, or if it could connect to a local wireless router to the computer acting as a server. But I defiantely want one regardless :D

Posted by zajako on December 31, 2005 at 06:18 AM PST #

Aside from the fact that it doesn't yet exist, it's pointlessly small. Seriously, if such a thing existed I'd want/need a 14" or 15" size slab with a res of at least 1280x1024. In other words I want the "slate" some of us have been waiting decades for.

Posted by Tazu Meen on December 31, 2005 at 06:38 AM PST #

Where's the camera? Oh, and can someone tell me how much 4 + 33 is? Ah, never mind. Found a gadget to help me with that.

Posted by jayarbee on December 31, 2005 at 07:22 AM PST #

BANDWIDTH PROBLEMS
some quickly hashed numbers...
For a game:
640 width\*
480 height\*
4 bytes per pixel (32 bit color)
\*30fps=
36864000 bytes=35MB/s

for normal applications
320x240 \* 2Bpp (16 bit color) \* 10fps=2457600 bytes=2.3MB/s

so to run basic client apps you'd need a 2.3MB/s wireless link.. which is easily applicable on a g network (54mb/s=6.75MB/s) but a game... well... tetris maybe >.> that doesn't need more than the normal 320\*240 pixels to not look like crap

Posted by Dakusan on December 31, 2005 at 07:36 AM PST #

Wow, I love this. Sign me up for one!

Posted by Nil on December 31, 2005 at 07:56 AM PST #

"loose" -> lose
"It is cheap since it basically fabricating a single integrated card." <- fix this sentence

it will need a stylus, or a mega bulky gui to accomodate fat fingers

it will need screen protectors, it needs to be water resistant.

it will need a hold switch, to prevent accidental button pressing, in pockets.

replacable battery would be a plus, so the life of the device is not restriced to the life of the battery.

on the topic of batteries, a device that requires bluetooth everything provokes battery mayhem. not included in your mock-ups is the bluetooth hardware required, their sundry individual battery chargers, and their sundry corresponding non-interchangable replacement batteries.

the concept would sound a lot sweeter if the accessories were equally impossibly advanced. a wafer-thin folding solar powered keyboard would be pleasant. battery and charger universality would be a definite plus.

Posted by erick on December 31, 2005 at 08:12 AM PST #

I like it. Dakusan your numbers are a bit off, you have to remember that not every pixel changes at every refresh, and if you use an eink display the refresh rate very low, like 1 second.
Don't forget to factor in compression, and then you will get some more bandwidth friendly numbers.

I think it would be better if the card just acted as a bluetooth display for a little (smaller than a cellphone) device which clips on to your belt. It could do a lot of processing, while sending audio to the bluetooth headset, and pictures to the screen.
The belt device could then connect to the server computer for more power hungry tasks and file sharing.

The card could attach to the belt device for recharging of their batters (both ways if it is sunny)

Posted by Phire on December 31, 2005 at 08:56 AM PST #

Sounds neat, but my biggest Concern is security... First, It's all wireless, and my understanding is that wireless is very easy to spy on, and the crackers out there will always be looking for new ways to get around new security. Second, I personally don't like the "Home Computer killer" aspect, putting all of my info onto a server i can't touch sounds like asking to have my data stolen, get myself locked out, or worse. I guess that in the end, I think it's really a cool Idea, but I wouldn't trust it enough to have it be my only device. Maybe with bandidth improvements it could be my new Ipod, but it won't replace the computer I can unplug.

Posted by smokin lights on December 31, 2005 at 09:54 AM PST #

./me applys for intelectual property patent.......

Posted by Blake on December 31, 2005 at 09:57 AM PST #

not really bro but this is a fantastic idea and you should get right on patenting it... drop me a line if you want help with the process (for a small percentage of course) mitsusteigy@yahoo.com ;)

Posted by Blake Again on December 31, 2005 at 09:59 AM PST #

Has anyone thought to suggest to Sun to simply port thier SunRay software to dominant pda os's, then offer a free demo period to show off just how well it works? Seems like the first step to me, since we already have the hardware with bluetooth/wifi capabilities....

Posted by fjr on December 31, 2005 at 11:40 AM PST #

Don't get depressed about what all of these other pessimists think. They would still think the same way about television working 80 years ago. Impossible and just magic they would say. I truly believe in your idea and yes, it will work, someday soon in the very near future, thanks to Nanotechnology. Hope you get a patent or at least a cut of the action. Happy New Year!... -Atom- P.S... --=\\"Science Rulez!"/=--

Posted by Atom on December 31, 2005 at 03:44 PM PST #

Dude, awesome concept! I read thru it with excitement and I want one now (or at least when someone really makes a product out of this idea). Your creative 'AIO Card' has torched my silly brain to come up with many web services/software to benefit this kinda product. I don't care for all the other criticism comments above, I'm already wanted an AIO Card. God speed!

Posted by Josue on January 01, 2006 at 06:11 AM PST #

I think they will need to have one massive server for you to connect to and this and your home desktop(if they're still around by then) connect to that server. Nationwide or even worldwide wifi???

Posted by joshua on January 01, 2006 at 06:48 AM PST #

Baby wants one for his birthday...better start manufacturing quick!

Posted by Merideth on January 01, 2006 at 10:16 AM PST #

That's a magnificent idea. Hope it's real some day :D

Posted by Ct on January 02, 2006 at 04:47 AM PST #

ok - to the guy that worked out all the math - 1) get a life, 2) thin clients don't work that way dumb ass. read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thin_client

Posted by pacmania1982 on January 02, 2006 at 05:14 AM PST #

you could just modify a regular wifi equipped pda. but it wouldnt be as cool as a card that fits in your wallet. i want one.

Posted by winston on January 02, 2006 at 06:27 AM PST #

Combined with the technology from my company www.Route1.com, thin client technology currently in a thumb-size USB crypto-memory stick connecting VMpc's - could give some legs to this! Peter Dixon VP, Technology Route1 Inc

Posted by Peter Dixon on January 02, 2006 at 06:42 AM PST #

I like it! bandwidth is not a problem as someone says, the only problem is conectivity, if you are not connected then is useless, GPRS or some mobile conection could be a solution. Interesting idea, I like it very much :)

Posted by Sebastian on January 02, 2006 at 08:56 AM PST #

oh yea.. you invented PDA!

Posted by dadada on January 02, 2006 at 09:43 AM PST #

&nbsp;&nbsp;I don't believe this concept is new or innovative. It's just something I have been waiting for Palm to put out. A PDA with an low power screen (OLED or E-Ink) and the ability to remote vpn to my home network (Wifi + VPN software) The Wifi VPN portion is already taken care of, and all that is needed is an update to an OLED or E-Ink screen. For the addition of phone services, just install a skype client or get a treo.
&nbsp;&nbsp;The only difference between the PDA solution and his is that you have some offline storage for critical documents/apps, and it is doable now.

Posted by Raymond Deppe on January 02, 2006 at 11:01 AM PST #

It is a great vision. Will it happen in 2006, or even 2016, probably not. Will it inspire others to take one or two of the many visions you have combined, and make it a reality in another area, I hope so. While it is a great vision, it is an update of a vision I worked with in 1986. Google "UltiCard "smart card"" and you will see the vision of a credit card sized "computer" with a screen, keyboard, solar power, IC Chip interface, and a low power processor. For decades people would write that "in 5 years, everyone will have one of these". It became cliche to those of us who knew the field. Without notice, the number of people who have one is now in excess of 1 billion. While some people have the traditional "smart card" as an ID, security tag, or credit card, the majority of that 1 billion plus have them hidden in their cell phone, and don't even know it. The SIM card was an innovative adaptation of a problematic form factor (for many reasons mentioned in the preceding comments). I tried to sell the UltiCard concept to the State of Wisconsin as a drivers license replacement. While everyone loved the capabilities, it was hard to argue with its poor performance in one of its secondary uses - ice scraper. O.K., that didn't kill the deal, but the issue was raised by more than one person I spoke with in Madison. If sitting on it will break it, as was the case with the UltiCard, it was going to make a lousy ice scraper. Maybe a PCMCIA card size (remember the REX) is a realistic form factor. Maybe its embedded in a watch (see Casio) or even a pair of sunglasses (Oakley?). Whatever its future, I admire people who happily ride the bleeding edge of technology. I'd be happy to share horror stories from the UltiCard days if you want to learn from one who has been there, and survived.

Posted by Mark Jenkins on January 02, 2006 at 01:23 PM PST #

Dear Chandan, Would luv to interact with you. Your visions sound so similar to my visions! Is there a way we can take such ideas further? Rgds, Ketan Chawda, Bombay, INDIA.

Posted by Ketan Chawda on January 02, 2006 at 02:50 PM PST #

Hrm, firstly, this is not 'your idea' as one person put this. You are stating your commitment that this idea with come into fruition in 2006. I think not, but it will someday, maybe 2011. Credit card display computers and thin client ideas are gaining research, I myself have written a thin client app for my pda that pulls light weight ui data into the screen and sends back requests, allowing you to change channel using wifi, preview other chanels, and view lists of recordings, as well as listen to a different audio track using headphones. This is an a hp ipaw, the cpu is only drawing and networking, nothing more. So smoke me a kipper.

Posted by Chris on January 02, 2006 at 09:42 PM PST #

This is not far away now, if you add another bit of kit to the system. What this card will talk to will be a personal data store hidden in an inside pocket. That will also have the computing power for some fierce security, and to handle communication to other networks using any size of antenna needed.

The personal data store will be able to hold gigs of info and music. Your phone and music player will be a small headset also talking to the data store. Your camera will be tiny, using the PDA screen for its display purposes.

For serious laptop-style work, you could use a screen that will roll up -- also not far off now. The keyboard can be either a virtual projected one, or a small folding one -- they fit in large shirt pockets now.

This is technologically all just around the corner. Sociologically, we are moving towards very capable mobile phone PDAs which advertise our status as rich gadget lovers as we wave them around. Practical security would suggest that keeping the valuable bit hidden and using relatively disposable peripherals makes more sense (presumably you can have your PDA card gold-plated and diamond-studded if visible status matters). The peripherals could also be chosen and upgraded piecemeal, according to which functions matter most to you.

Posted by Xandra on January 02, 2006 at 10:03 PM PST #

Imagine, if this destroyed the market for desktops and laptops (not that it would) and everyone had one, then if someone created a virus that attacked that central server that these are all linked to. That would then "kill" all of these little computers? That would be bad.

Posted by byte on January 03, 2006 at 10:27 AM PST #

Power is the problem. There is no battery system that would make this device feasible beyond bluetooth range. You can't make milliwatts without milliamps.

Posted by Keith on January 03, 2006 at 10:38 AM PST #

you guys are being jerks! asking about how a keyboard or input devices are going to work? and arguing that this will have to be "magic" powered in order to reach a server... you obviously control the cursor and keyboard with your mind... and it can pull the energy out of your hand and use it to power itself. and as for wireless... it doesnt need to find a signal, the signal finds it.. like a gps will locate it and exchange data. no magic, no hidden tricks. but how durable is it?

Posted by xeon on January 03, 2006 at 11:16 AM PST #

this is an exellent idea and if you think it well it is possible it is near i like the idea is near from our hi-tech if this is going to be created notifyme at my e-mail

Posted by pacoro on January 03, 2006 at 03:50 PM PST #

Профессиональный форум, посвящённый системному администрированию.

Posted by DUBOV ANTON on January 03, 2006 at 09:31 PM PST #

smells like a hoacks to me... i'm not sure this is even possible in a that thin and small device... i know we are far ahead in the minimizing of technilogy. but this... but we will see!

Posted by yopefonic on January 03, 2006 at 11:10 PM PST #

Looks great!

Posted by MrGALL on January 03, 2006 at 11:38 PM PST #

This is impossible and is technical very expensive

Posted by EP on January 03, 2006 at 11:40 PM PST #

I can't believe people are still making comments like "smells like a hoacks to me" and "This is impossible" Do they not know that these devices are already being made by Suny, Noshiba and Futitsu!

Posted by Bard on January 04, 2006 at 12:32 AM PST #

Amazing how fast poeple cal this impossible in a time that technic makes almost anything possible. For 6 years ago I had already a creditcard size computer that syncronized with my desktop. It had a touchscreen in monochroom instead of colour and it fitted the most important things like agenda, contacts and adresses + more. When this was possible in 1999 why this would be not possible in 2006?` And a nother example in 1986 I bought from Sony a creditcard size radio with stereo recieving. Thats a wopping 20 years ago, so why not this thin SUN client in 2006?

Posted by Rogier Goessens on January 04, 2006 at 12:45 AM PST #

Who needs a keyboard ? It works on speech recognition of course :-)

Posted by X-Fonter on January 04, 2006 at 01:01 AM PST #

not possible in near future but we can have dream

Posted by sun lover on January 04, 2006 at 03:12 AM PST #

Of course this will happen at some point soon. Until it does we have to settle for somewhat thicker handheld touchscreen wireless X terminals that open remote displays to remote mature vertical market solutions like the one shown in my URL. The software is working now - it has been for a decade. The device is about to go into production and is quite similar what you're talking about except that it's about 3/4" thick. X terminals are, of course, 'thinner' than thin clients.

Posted by Gene Mosher on January 04, 2006 at 05:25 AM PST #

A shit, another pixel dead.. o well I just buy a new one.. thats the idea i get when I see this. my opinion: no sorry.. not realistic at THIS moment. maybe in about 2 or 3 years it's ready for use and a year later for usa en europe market.. And besides that, the europe "galileo" ain't ready yet. Only one satelite in the sky out there. but speaking about the future.. it is possible. For me there is no doubt about it. But not in 2006. (I think)

Posted by future on January 04, 2006 at 09:40 AM PST #

is really true! hay que joderse con los putos chinos!

Posted by nka on January 04, 2006 at 09:47 PM PST #

you sad geeky people

Posted by Billy Bob on January 04, 2006 at 10:56 PM PST #

ok, kool man but, how much money will it cost?maybe 50000000000 dollars??who will be able to get one?two persons in the world?awww man its fantastic.I think you are crazy or you see a lot of James Bond's films..keep on dreaming...ZzZzZzZzZz

Posted by eminemmmm on January 04, 2006 at 11:45 PM PST #

hey thats really coool! : ):) you have gr8 collection keep it up!

Posted by swetha on January 05, 2006 at 12:22 PM PST #

neat idea... very creative and original... needs the right tools to work... if you really believe in your idea and product... feel free to contact me....otherwise wish you the best in life...

Posted by Ashish Jalan on January 05, 2006 at 08:14 PM PST #

>>> so to run basic client apps you'd need a 2.3MB/s wireless link.. which is easily applicable on a g network Maybe you've never heard of Citrix? You realize the entire screen isn't refreshed constantly? Ever heard of compression? Somehow Citrix manages full screen 1024x768 sessions with low quality audio at sub 20K/s speeds. Figure that one out, einstein. And all of you idiots who keep complaining about how unrealistic this is: he's not trying to manufacture this - RTFA!!! Its just an interesting concept. Get over yourselves already. We all know this isn't feasible with current tech. Geez.

Posted by go_read_a_book on January 07, 2006 at 03:14 PM PST #

If you took one Internet Table of nokia whit extremely bosted conectivity & bandwitch...remove some internal components is not already the AIO. The Internet Table 770 is not already one rudimentary version of one AIO? i Think yes...

Posted by lightme on January 08, 2006 at 02:43 AM PST #

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Posted by Zifra on January 08, 2006 at 02:50 AM PST #

Solve the problems first: 1) It needs to get smaller (think Steve Jobs on "Saturday Night Live"), so we can implant it (think "Mark of the Beast"), to protect it from wear and tear (think "credit card in your wallet"). 2) This way it will use the entire human body that it is implanted into as an antenna and charger (think "nanopower"), and you could playback/upload to devices with a electro-biometric reader if you need a secure/hard connection. 3) They would have to be government-subsidized (think "New World Order") to get the economy of scale for the ultimate control of, er I mean convenience for, everybody.

Posted by DistantRhythm on January 08, 2006 at 07:00 AM PST #

You forgot to put the number 666 on it somewhere, or its probably embedded.

Posted by Endtimes Watchman on January 09, 2006 at 12:46 AM PST #

Hi!...

The GIMP link on this post is broken

Well, you said this prototype can use e-ink or something, I would recommend this one from Siemens, a 1-by-2-inch paper-thin electronic display costs just 30 cents to produce!!!!

Posted by David Sánchez on January 09, 2006 at 07:42 AM PST #

about 3Mbytes buffer needed. the processor work at 200MIPS. the AIO card work as decompress IO terminal.

Posted by sam on January 11, 2006 at 09:58 AM PST #

I totally agree with what you're saying. I wish more people felt this way and took the time to express themselves. Keep up the great work. Tom Goodman http://www.onecardaccessible.com

Posted by Tom Goodman on January 14, 2006 at 03:57 PM PST #

It would be a nice pda, butt...there is a problem with power. PDA can work about 4hours a day without recharge it's acumulators. If you use a bluetooth, the working time drop rapidly down. If the squares on the bottom side are solar batteries i think that it isn't enough power for pda. I would like to see such beautiful thing in pc shops, but there is problem with power.

Posted by frk on January 15, 2006 at 12:41 AM PST #

Sounds like the logical evolution path for the mobile phone. It may be a bit thicker than a plastic credit card but that's it. OF course, a sun rays style 100% server side system will never fit with action games but it may go for 99% of ALL OTHER APPS. Let's say 2008 in south Korea and 2010 in the EU. Keep up dreaming of doing more with less. Great statement.

Posted by fred AUTECHAUD on January 23, 2006 at 04:56 AM PST #

So who's going to create this card? I'd definitly buy 1

Posted by Kevin on August 12, 2006 at 10:06 AM PDT #

fdgfd

Posted by guest on September 12, 2006 at 06:37 PM PDT #

I want to purchase "All in One Card".

Posted by Neetu Mittal on September 12, 2006 at 06:51 PM PDT #

I like to try this product. I want to be part of team. how can I help.

Posted by amit on December 24, 2006 at 12:16 AM PST #

Looks like we're getting closer. You could probably run SGD on the new iPhone.

Posted by Curt Cox on January 10, 2007 at 11:56 AM PST #

I am a developer of thin client card for old computers to run like pentium-4 but i ever come accross like this card which works really. do you have some cards which is working in india hyderabad. if yes please mail me the details and pricing pabbasrinivas009@gmail.com cell no:9246969009 regards

Posted by pabbasrinivas on March 19, 2007 at 12:27 AM PDT #

I already have a patent pending on this device.
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Posted by JP Dear on September 16, 2007 at 11:59 AM PDT #

Hi Chetan,
The idea sound's intresting, infact am looking out for such innovative ideas. Am in middle of planning of a brainstorm house where like minded 'brains' get a chance to work, discuss & play on different things... this planet's a playground i feel... play hard... play to win!!
Anyway, would like to interact with you. If possible email me with you contact. Will get back then. Cheers :-)

Posted by Abhijeet Satam on December 08, 2007 at 06:09 PM PST #

This is great, I hope to offer to my 100,ooo thousand customers..if it is feasible..

Keep up the good work

Cheers

Grace

Posted by Grace Wong on December 28, 2007 at 06:00 PM PST #

its looks all to simple it can be made now but yo would still be left carying around the device doing all the work for it

Posted by lorenzo on April 04, 2008 at 01:18 PM PDT #

I realy like the idear of bringing new ways to help us in our day to day surviving I wish I had chance I could have realy come in assist or help bring more ideas

Posted by Richie on August 16, 2008 at 02:01 AM PDT #

Please send the pricing and website address of the above mentioned the ALL-IN-ONE CARD
phone : 9246969009

Posted by PABBA SRINIVAS on August 17, 2008 at 01:44 AM PDT #

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