Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Meet UMID MID, 315g super mini laptop


This one is small!

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Specs:

Intel Atom at 1.1Ghz/1.33GHz with 512BMB/1GB RAM
4.8-inch 1024x600 touch screen
WiBro, HSDPA, WiMAX, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
DMB/DVB-T
a mini-USB2.0 x1
micro-SD,
USIM card slot,
1.3 megapixel camera
8-32GB SSD
315g weight
XP, VISTA, Linux support

Thanks Awing [ translated ]







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43 comments:

Anonymous said...

Primaz, this one is for you ;)

Heeler said...

Estimated Price?

Marek said...

Holy cow, talking about pocket computer!

Julian said...

this is kinda like my htc universal :-)

Charles P said...

Why would they not have a rotating screen on this?

Anonymous said...

Slow SSD or way too expensive,the white keyboard is ugly as hell too.And why would I want this instead of a Slider-MID with the same specs ? Dont tell me because of the keyboard.

DTrain said...

The larger keyboard is cool(ugly in white though). But when your on the move, the slider form factor seems to work better(at least from my experience with PDA phones).

@JKK How's the Aigo on the go?
Does the Aigo work better than say the Fuji U820 of the Everun Note?

Anonymous said...

Can anyone say Psion Series 5?

DTrain said...

Also, on this particular design the bezel is huge. They could have put more screen real estate on there.

DTrain said...

Psion Series 5 indeed! I used to have one of those. The design was way ahead of its time. If you don't learn from the past, your destined to repeat it. ;)

Anonymous said...

Finally the perfect one if battery does 3 hours. The U820 is almost perfect except not pocketable. I'm glad that U820 was delayed yesterday otherwise I would have bought it and missed this one.

whatever7 said...

This is what the Fujitsu u810 should have looked like. So much clearner.

The white keyboard need to go though.

ICT Teacher said...

Oh Darwin come back - please. Cast the 'Turbo Evolution Fingers Gene' so digits become surgical sharps and we can all by-pass this micro keyboard fetish and use the blessed inventions! (oops! blessed - Darwin! Crap!)
Aargh! Hands. Like. Hams. Too. Big. For. Netbooks/ HTC/ XPERIA/ Blah. Smite me or lest I be Smoten!

Anonymous said...

i thought HP stopped making the 700 series... lol

Anonymous said...

This will cost many gromets, business user only I think.

Anonymous said...

I think Digifriends M3 design is better with same/similar specs. probably cheaper too

Anonymous said...

That keyboard looks a nightmare... and where is the mouse pointer? Other than that it looks good, though for some reason I get the feel of vapourwear here.

Techni said...

Lol @ the Primaz comment, he's such a jackass

Anonymous said...

This thing reminds me of the Sharp Zaurus.

Anonymous said...

I have the aigo with 16 gig microsd and window
s xp running with att 3g hsdpa usb drive and ms office installed which makes this the perfect device.

JLM said...

Not only small.
It´s powerfull!!!!
I´d like to try one.

Anonymous said...

Less garish keyboard colour and smaller screen bezel - and then I'd be sold on it...

Anonymous said...

Two cell battery perhaps? Expecting a two hour battery life - a bit more if the engineering is great. Funky keyboard, but it could work well after a while... though it's the battery life that probably makes or breaks this.

JKK said...

yep, looks 2 cells...

Fujitsu u2010 can get easy 3 hours with 2 cells on 1.6ghz atom and bigger 5.6 inch screen..

Anonymous said...

Thats pretty

JLM said...

JKK.
Any idea of cost?

Anonymous said...

I'm desperately waiting for a clamshell MID similar to the Sharp Zaurus, which has the best thumb-typing keyboard on it I've ever used. This, I think, is still going to be too wide. Here's to hoping, though.

I suspect I'll have to wait until the LG is released...

zviera said...

Based on geometry and my calculations from the screen size, this device has dimensions 160mm x 89mm, which is perfect for me.I'll buy it as soon as possible.

Anonymous said...

No VGA port, no purchase!

Anonymous said...

the large bezel is for the batteries, how the hell do you want 3+ hrs if you dont put batteries in the bezel. Look at the asus 901 6hrs and no protuding battery, hence hidden in bezel.

Anonymous said...

I don't like the keyboard, screen should be wider and there is no touchpad. All the rest is fine.

Anonymous said...

No VGA port, no purchase!
oyun

Complexities said...

HOW MUCH?????????

Jerry said...

This is a beauty!

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Laptop Chargers said...

That's how you know a laptop charger is good.

nobrainerdeals said...

this thing looks great. I cant wait to see the pricing on this.

Anonymous said...

Updated info on this device..

Price now about $525 No 3g yet (price will go up when in states) can only be ordered in korea for the moment
Battery now gets upwards of 6 hours
No mouse. but comes with built in Stylus for TS

and for those wanting power out there, a video of the M1's Graphics card, and processor (some of the games are played using a USB plug-in controller)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUc5hqgp_LE

Enjoy (when 3g version hits US. well worth it IMO)

Egy Azziera said...

Looks more like an electronic dictionary. One of the sexiest entrants into what seems to be a burgeoning sub-netbook category. So will you be replacing your current 2kg laptop with the UMID?

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