There is a speculation that the santa will have the new MID from Nokia this year. This device will have a sliding keyboard and 4.2-inch display and may replace the current N810. No assumptions made on the size and battery life yet. But there is another interesting device called Nautilus (codename), which is said to have a ultra-thin touchscreen, a sensor to trigger the opening of a motorized ultra-thin keyboard with keys rising automatically for better feel! Sounds like a super cool device. Nautilus is expected to be in the market by mid 2010.
The SmartQ 5 MID is priced very low at a 899 Chinese Yuan (USD $132). It is powered by an ARM processor and features a 4.3 inch touchscreen display with a 800×480 resolution. Supports the necessary WiFi 802.11b/ga and Bluetooth connectivity and runs Ubuntu Linux. Pre-installed applications include the StarDict dictionary, FBReader ebook reader. I can also see a SD Card slot but no info yet.
Today MSI unveiled its Wind U110 ECO and claims it as the world’s No.1 power saving Netbook! with 9 hours of battery life. But the device is not carrying the ATI Mobility Radeon HD3200 as stated early.
Processor – Intel® Atom™ Processor Z530 (1.60GHz)
Operation System - Windows® XP Home/ Windows®Vista Home Basic
Chipset – Intel® Poulsbo US15W
Memory – DDR2 533MHz, 1 GB (By module only)/(Chipset support to 2GB)
LCD – 10″ 1024×600 LCD Panel
Storage – 160GB or above (2.5″ SATA HDD)
Card Reader – 4 in 1 (XD/SD/MMC/Memory Stick)
I/O – D-sub x 1 , USB 2.0 x 3 , Mic-in , Headphone, RJ45
Battery – 3 cells / 6 cells ( option)
Wireless – 802.11b/g/n, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth V2.0EDR (option)
Communication Modem – 10/100/1000 Mbps GbE LAN
Webcam – 1.3 M / 2.0M (Option)
Sound – 2 speakers
Dimension – 260*180*19-31.5mm
Weight – ~1.0 Kg (including 3 cells battery)
Dell slips information about the Adamo 9 in a peculiar way! through its support documents.
Probably it will be an ultra-thin UMPC. Lets wait for more leaks.
Take a look at the Lenovo Pocket Yoga concept sketches at flickr. Too good for a concept, slim and elegant, wide screen with touch interface, flip to tablet mode, etc., The display could have been made even skinnier with OLED displays though. Well, we are not sure of any specifications yet.
But looks like Lenovo said the product is complete and will be announcing more formal information.
Source – Electronista