Sunday, November 18, 2007

Asus R50A UMPC, official info

Now it's official. "The R50A is the first UMPC that reaches the full potential of the platform." it's UMPC, not a MID.

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Only with the R50A do users get GPS, a webcam, 3G/ 3.5G connectivity, and full notebook functionality, making the R50A the one indispensable gadget for everyone.

Intuitive Navigation
The R50A’s customizable, mission-based application launcher organizes software programs into categories and makes navigating between tasks simple.

Enjoy Anywhere
The unit’s built-in TV tuner allows you to enjoy your favorite TV shows anywhere.

Connesct Anywhere
The R50A will offer 3/ 3.5G connectivity. Users have full access to their data anywhere.

Capture and Communicate Anywhere
The R50A’s built-in webcam and microphone let users capture photos, video and audio wherever they are, and enable wire-free video communication.

Create Anywhere
The R50A has ample power to support the most popular office and productivity applications. With ASUS InfoPen software, users can record and edit on the R50A’s 1024 x 600 screen as easily as they could on a piece of paper.

Find Your Way Anywhere
ASUS brings you the first UMPC with built-in GPS. Users no longer need to deal with paper maps or ask for directions. Link up seamlessly to Google Maps, and the R50A will know your exact location.

More news about it

Known specs so far

More details, news and links at UMPCPortal

Asus press release

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Anonymous said...

I saw in a blog that it would cost 350$US...

Al said...

No way that can happen. The EeePC is $399 and has nothing in it.

Anonymous said...

Take it with a grain of salt...

Anonymous said...

No integrated keyboard means the design sucks for me

Anonymous said...

wow! I was inches from buying a first generation samsung q1, then came the Q1 ultra which I still wanted even thought every critic said it was underpowered, just tell me when its available or where can I buy ASAP! as a musician I need a small fully functional computer that I can put in the pouch of my gig bag without lugging around a separate case for a laptop.

Anonymous said...

Asus is very a good choice for small things..

Anonymous said...

very great

Anonymous said...

i'am in thailand want to buy asus r50a
how to buy ??

Anonymous said...

how to buy ???
email :

Anonymous said...

It would be a barn burner sell at $350 and I'd be getting in line with the rest of them. They wouldn't be able to produce them fast enough. Look what's happening to the $199 iPhone.

Anonymous said...

1470euro, more expensive than most ultra portable laptop. you have to be a complete sucker to buy that

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