TechCrunch boss Michael Arrington is never short of an opinion on tech startups, but now he has one of his own. It’s called Crunchpad, and exists to make the CrunchPad, a tablet-shaped touchscreen device for surfing the web, listening to music, watching video, and using Skype for VoIP calls. The device will apparently cost less than $200 when it’s made. Essentially, it’s an attempt to do to netbooks what Apple did to traditional mobile phones when it launched the iPhone. We already want one.

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