Tuesday, 13 March 2012


Wibrain launched the additional models of B1L alternation with Ubuntu Linux on February 27, 2008. Their starting amount is about $500.00. Wibrain UMPC appearance a 4.8 inch blow enabled LCD awning at 1024x600 resolution, a 1.0 GHz or 1.2 GHz VIA C7M CPU, 512 MB or 1 GB of memory, a 30 GB or 60 GB harddisk, a abounding qwerty keyboard and congenital WiFi (802.11b/g).

Around the aforementioned date, CHIP.DE11 featured an commodity about the R2H and R50A from ASUS, which runs a Windows Tablet PC copy OS on its Intel Celeron system. It has a VGA-TV output, GPS, 3 USB ports, 60 GB adamantine drive and 512 MB RAM. It additionally offers wired/wireless arrangement capabilities. In Germany, its accepted amount is €939 at Amazon.de.

In September 2008 Nova Mobility12 appear its additional bearing Side Arm 2 Automated UMPC. This assemblage is advised about the Intel Atom processor and is the aboriginal automated brand UMPC appear on that platform. It has GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth accepted and 3G as an option. You can additionally accept EVDO via the PCI Express agenda aperture in the top of the unit. Two USB ports, a 7" blow awning and one hand-typeable QWERTY keyboard are available. The accessory weighs beneath than 2 lbs and offers up to ten hours of array life.


Viliv alien the S5 in mid 2009 followed by X70 models. In July 2010 the Viliv N5 was introduced. The N5 is a baby notebook-style UMPC admitting the S5 and the X70 are tablets. They all affection GPS, Wifi, Bluetooth, 3G availability, SSD options with Intel Z520 and chip GMA500 cartoon with accouterments dispatch for H264 HD video playback. The starting prices are about US$ 599 with array activity of bristles hours or longer.13

MobileDemand alien the 2.5 lb, 7" xTablet T7000 Rugged Tablet PC UMPC, which meets MIL-STD810G and IP65 standards for ruggedability. Options accommodate bar cipher scanner, acclaim agenda reader, GPS, Bluetooth, RFID, SSD, abounding QWERTY keyboard, advancing systems, high-capacity batteries, etc.

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