Vista PCs Taking Shape

If Microsoft and its PC partners have their way, Windows Vista PCs will be recognizable by more than just their boot-up screens. Microsoft is encouraging PC makers to think different (maybe even Think Different, a la the Mac) when designing Vista hardware and is distributing an industrial-design kit that

If Microsoft and its PC partners have their way, Windows Vista PCs will be recognizable by more than just their boot-up screens. Microsoft is encouraging PC makers to think different (maybe even Think Different, a la the Mac) when designing Vista hardware and is distributing an industrial-design kit that provides suggestions for doing so. Over on ExtremeTech.com, there's an in-depth look at how Vista hardware is evolving. In spite of the known requirements, there's still a lot of room for Vista PC differentiation, the ExtremeTech editors note.