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Analog, the next big technological breakthrough

In honor of Microsoft's newly released Tablet PC, Bare Bones Software re-posted its seminal press release announcing the only improvement possible to Microsoft's uber device, namely, the PAD. Bedford, MA -- April 1, 2002 -- Bare Bones Software today announced...

In honor of Microsoft's newly released Tablet PC, Bare Bones Software re-posted its seminal press release announcing the only improvement possible to Microsoft's uber device, namely, the PAD.

Bedford, MA -- April 1, 2002 -- Bare Bones Software today announced its first entry in the lucrative handheld market, the Bare Bones Personal Analog Device, or PAD. The Bare Bones PAD is an expandable handheld personal organizer, which can contain addresses, appointments, notes, drawings, and more.

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