Does the Palm Pre have a chance?

The star of last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was the Palm Pre. Yet another new phone and mobile web platform.

When I saw it I thought – bit late to the party.

But I just watched this interview with Roger McNamee of Elevation Partners, one of the big investors in Palm.

http://www.9to5mac.com/palm-pre-interview

Fascinating. His thought processes at the end of the interview about how to use technology to help people out resonates with us at Xero.

I love this quote from some of the blog commentators …

How rich is he?  He’s “I don’t give a &*#$ about what my hair looks like” rich.

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