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Thursday, March 19, 2009

UMID M1 - design meets function

The UMID M1 will be available in two variants: the "High" version includes a 16GB SSD and is powered by an Intel Atom clocked to 1.33GHz, while the "Low" version comes with Linux preinstalled and has only 8GB flash storage and its Atom runs a bit slower too at 1.1GHz. Both versions have a 4.8" touchscreen with a "wide" resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 512MB of fast 533MHz DDRII RAM, Bluetooth 2.0, also 802.11b/g wifi and HSDPA (with own SIM card slot), connection to other devices is established with USB2.0, but you can also use the microSD-card reader for synchronizing data with, for example, your smartphone. Also included is a 1.3MP webcam for video telephony via skype or other VoIP-based services, and everything is powered by a 2400mAh Li-ion battery. At dimensions of 158 x 94 x 18.6 mm it weighs 315 grams - perfect for carrying it with you all the time. And the design is - in my opinion - awesome.
It will be available in europe by may, price unknown yet..

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