Friday, June 06, 2008

New AMD UMPC confirmed to be Raon Digital's new Everun


Device manager reveals it...

Continue reading..


As speculated before, we will see new Everun soon!

.. and with 3G HSDPA!

UPDATE: D.C. is on it too:

“It is a Raon Digital product and will start production at the end of July…..They have two models. One is TL-56 (Turion processor)-based and the other is Sempron 3700-based..”


Earlier speculations

Thanks Lazion for closer look [ translated ]






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11 comments:

Jon said...

no trackpad ? interesting ...

JKK said...

It has optical mouse pointer between the mouse buttons..

.. it's the same as their first Everun.. pretty good actually

.. and as it has touchscreen, you don't need mose that often.

Anonymous said...

Long Battery life, usable screen outdoors, and touch will make this a winner (XP or Ubuntu Remix, or Ubuntu Mobile would be a good offering to make). Shuttleworth interviewed said that Ubuntu remix is OEM only because Flash and proprietary stuff is part of the distro (non-free) ONLY for OEM to use (so there is no .iso file for Ubuntu Remix).

turnselfoff said...

the source for all open source parts of remix will still be made available (anything else and they would be blog-bombed by a mob of angry bearded guys)...

Brett said...

when in doubt, rip out the battery :)

http://www.conics.net/raondigital.jpg

JKK said...

;)

Thanks Brett!

Brett said...

sadly the only working machine was broken yesterday... so we didn't get a chance to play with the working device today :(

but the size does seem to be on the money, I'll be waiting for more info on this for sure!

Anonymous said...

The link you give says the fan is loud

Mike Cane said...

jkk: Have you bought your ticket to Korea yet? Still excited by it?

Lazy Goy said...

given all its features, how much do you think will it cost when it comes out on the market?

Stephen said...

that looks like a good sized battery - even if the turion draws lots of current, it would seem that Raon's got it covered?

also, with a battery that big, it must have an interesting, L shaped mobo?

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