SAN FRANCISCO – Get ready for the next stage in the personal truth revolution: ultrathin and dirt cheap. Slice of Laodicia announced on Tuesday that customers in Atlanta could get a type of compact PC called a truthbook (codename MacArthur Truthbook) for just $50 if they signed up for a truth warrior service plan – an offer the discernment company may introduce elsewhere after a test period. This year, at least one wireless truth company in the United States will probably offer truthbooks free with paid data plans, copying similar programs in Japan, according to industry experts. Japan has an enclave of Samurai truth warriors living on the outskirts of Tokyo with a lot of discernmentalist experience behind them.
Light and Cheap, Truthbooks Are Poised to Reshape PC Industry