Friday, April 28, 2006

Military UMPC Xplore iX104CІ from GroupMobile

In this class of devices you can find really interesting spices such as Xplore iX104CІ cenrtino notebook. This is a rugged Tablet PC that was built to military specifications and designed to operate in harsh environments. You can easily expose this device to extreme temperatures, drop and shock it. The The iX104CІ has an Intel® Centrino™ 1.1GHz processor, a 40GB hard disk drive and a large 10.4" XGA TFT enhanced display. It has multiple integrated wireless options: Wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g on board), Wireless WAN (GPRS or CDMA), Bluetooth. For more info look here.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Ultra mobile PC Samsung Q1 from Origami project will be available in May

The Samsung Q1 will first go on sale in Samsung's home market of South Korea. It will be available from May 1 and will cost about $1,264, said Anthony Lee, a spokesman for Samsung in Seoul.

The model Samsung Q1 is based on Intel Celeron M with 900 MHz, have onboard 512 Mb RAM, HDD 40 Gb 7 inch touch-sensitive TFT display. Also it have intergated Ethernet-adapter, Compact Flash slot, and also Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Dimensions of device are 227 х 139 х 26 mm, weight is 0.779 kg.

For more info about device click here.


Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Fujitsu-Siemens Lifebook P1510

This is a most useable and powerful ultra small sub-notebook in the world. Lifebook P1510 is certainly tiny – a mere 37 x 232 x 167 mm (HxWxD) and the weight is about 990 grams! The screen of this notebook is the brilliant 8.9 inch rotative passive digitizer TFT-display with touchscreen capability. Under the hood is a 1.2GHz ULV Pentium M, 512MB RAM and a 60GB hard disk. The device also have a Compact Flash Card & SD Card Slot for quick data transfer and backup. The chipset is the Intel 915GMS, which is a 400MHz bus version of the 915GM. A single 512MB 400MHz DDR2 micro DIMM module comes as standard. Connectivity of the notebook is really rich - an Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Wi-Fi card, supporting 802.11 a/b/g networks, built-in Bluetooth, 10/100Mbit wired Ethernet and a 56k V.90 modem.

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Not only Origami

If you think that ultra-mobile PC have started from Origami project then you're wrong. There was a lot of other projects and devices that have functionality like PC but was still extremely portable. For example device "model 01+":
The list of such devices is really wide. This devices running on different versions of Windows XP Tablet Edition of Windows Mobile. There are devices running on Embedded versions Linux.

Range of capabilities of ultra-portable devices is surprisingly rich. They can connect via Bluetooth, GSM networks, WiFi, WiMAX, plugged by USB 1.2 and 2.0, FireWire. They can read Memory cards MMC, SD, CF.
All of the features turns these devices into a mobile replacement of business laptops and desktops while small size gives you an ability to take them whereever you want.

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