"A lot of you lug around a laptop and it feels like 20 pounds of excess fat," said Jim Cramer on his "RealMoney" radio show Thursday. But if you opt for a top-of-the line cell phone or PDA you don't have enough firepower to manage your day. That's why he believes that Microsoft's ( MSFT) ultracompact computer, "project Origami" will be an incredibly popular new device. Unveiled in Germany, it has everything a laptop has, minus the keyboard, and it's the size of large paperback book, he said. Plus, Cramer said that it plays movies and music, has wireless connectivity, weighs only 2.5 pounds and should be available in a couple of months. But Microsoft, which he owns for his ActionAlerts PLUS charitable trust, "hasn't done anything at all for years," Cramer said. But he believes that there are three reasons why the company is poised to take off. The first is the company's new ultracompact computer, which he said "could take the world by storm." Microsoft is also introducing a new operating system, Vista, which he believes means that users will have to upgrade. And, Cramer said that the Xbox 360 is the third reason Microsoft stock is poised to move higher. The company is growing at 12%, and is cheaper than almost every stock that grows at that rate, Cramer said. Along with its "monster buyback" and the leadership of CEO Steve Ballmer, Cramer said the stock is right at $27. He also said that it's time to take a look at Hansen Natural ( HANS) now that The New York Times has reported that soda sales have fallen for the first time in 20 years. People are turning to energy drinks, he said, adding that Hansen is the pure play on energy drinks. But people are wise to this stock, which has jumped by 400%, he said. "When a stock is up 400%, it cannot be considered the easy money."