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Monday, March 16, 2009

Aigo P8888W linux MID

This is one of my favorite MIDs - the AigoP8888. I simply love this design, easy and functional. It comes equipped with HSDPA, 802.11b/g wifi and bluetooth v2.0, two cameras (3.0/0.3MP), 24bit high fidelity audio, 4.8inch "slide" touchsreen at a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels covering a full QWERTY keyboard (the keys are just a bit too small for real ten-finger typing), further is has a microSD-card slot, spare USB2.0 jack, an optional GPS connector, and the operating system (linux, you probably guessed it by the name already) is stored on a 4GB SSD and runs on an Intel ATOM clocked down to 800MHz, assisted by a single 512MB DDRII 400MHz RAM module.
This all really fits into a device measuring only 150 x 80 x 22 mm, at a battle weight of just 300 grams. You can rest assured it will NOT make your pocket become baggy if you carry this baby with you...
..theres just one minor downside to it, and thats the cost of more than 700 eur at present time!

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