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The EO is an early commercial tablet computer that was created by Eo, Inc. (later acquired by AT&T Corporation), and released in April 1993. Eo (Latin for "I go") was the hardware spin-out of GO. Officially named the AT&T EO Personal Communicator, it was similar to a large personal digital assistant with wireless communications, and competed against the Apple Newton. The unit was produced in conjunction with David Kelley Design, frog design, and the Matsushita, Olivetti and Marubeni corporations. In 2012, PC Magazine called the AT&T EO 440, "the first true phablet".

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  • The EO is an early commercial tablet computer that was created by Eo, Inc. (later acquired by AT&T Corporation), and released in April 1993. Eo (Latin for "I go") was the hardware spin-out of GO. Officially named the AT&T EO Personal Communicator, it was similar to a large personal digital assistant with wireless communications, and competed against the Apple Newton. The unit was produced in conjunction with David Kelley Design, frog design, and the Matsushita, Olivetti and Marubeni corporations. Among the EO customers AT&T claimed were: New York Stock Exchange, Andersen Consulting, Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, and Woolworths. Eo, Inc., 52 percent owned by AT&T, shut down operations on July 29, 1994, after failing to meet its revenue targets and to secure the funding to continue. It was reported that 10,000 of the computers had been sold. In 2012, PC Magazine called the AT&T EO 440, "the first true phablet". (en)
  • De AT&T EO of EO Personal Communicator is een pda, mobiele telefoon, tablet en mobiele faxer ontwikkeld door het bedrijf EO en uitgegeven door de Amerikaanse telecomprovider AT&T. Het toestel is gefabriceerd door Panasonic, Olivetti, Marubeni en Frog Design. Het apparaat is uitgegeven in 1993, en mede doordat het een tablet met belfunctie is, wordt dit vaak beschouwd als de eerste uitgebrachte phablet. Het toestel maakt gebruik van het besturingssysteem . (nl)
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  • EO Communicator 440/880 (en)
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  • April 1993 (en)
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  • De AT&T EO of EO Personal Communicator is een pda, mobiele telefoon, tablet en mobiele faxer ontwikkeld door het bedrijf EO en uitgegeven door de Amerikaanse telecomprovider AT&T. Het toestel is gefabriceerd door Panasonic, Olivetti, Marubeni en Frog Design. Het apparaat is uitgegeven in 1993, en mede doordat het een tablet met belfunctie is, wordt dit vaak beschouwd als de eerste uitgebrachte phablet. Het toestel maakt gebruik van het besturingssysteem . (nl)
  • The EO is an early commercial tablet computer that was created by Eo, Inc. (later acquired by AT&T Corporation), and released in April 1993. Eo (Latin for "I go") was the hardware spin-out of GO. Officially named the AT&T EO Personal Communicator, it was similar to a large personal digital assistant with wireless communications, and competed against the Apple Newton. The unit was produced in conjunction with David Kelley Design, frog design, and the Matsushita, Olivetti and Marubeni corporations. In 2012, PC Magazine called the AT&T EO 440, "the first true phablet". (en)
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  • EO Personal Communicator (en)
  • AT&T EO (nl)
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