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I don’t really see the point in this product but here it is: The iKIT by IMOVIO. It’s a super small portable “laptop” that has a small 2.8 inch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard.
This “computer” is to be used as a mobile messaging device. Features and specifications are not very impressive compared to the iPhone or current mobile devices such as some HTC phones and BlackBerry devices.
It will run a proprietary Linux version using a 312MHz Marvell CPU, 64MB of RAM, and 128MB of ROM (storage, applications, etc.). Expansion will be available through a MicroSD card slot.
Connectivity include Bluetooth, WiFi, USB (via optional cable). It measures only 95mm (L) x 65mm x 15.5mm (H) and weighs in at 113g with the battery.
Sony’s new all-in-one PC, the Vaio JS, now has a price (or two in fact).
In direct competition with the iMac 20″, the new Sony PC will retail for $1099.99 for the basic version and $1499.99 for the more powerful version.
The basic version (model JS130) features a 2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and the more advanced version (model JS190) features a 3.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU, a Blue-Ray Disc Reader, and integrated stereo A2DP Bluetooth® Technology.
The rest of the specs are the same:
- 20.1″ Screen
- 4GB Ram
- 500GB Hard Drive
- 1.3MP built-in camera
- Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD
- Windows Vista Home Premium
Model JS130 is available in black, silver and pink. Model JS190 is only available in black.
CompuLab presented what could be the smallest PC that can run WindowsXP in the world: The Fit-PC Slim.
This PC measures only 10cm x 11cm x 3cm and yet still has almost all the standard features of a normal sized PC. It comes equiped with an AMD Geode LX800 running at 500MHz (CPU and GPU in one), 512 Mb RAM, a 60Gb hard drive, standard ethernet and WiFi (b/g), 3 USB ports, VGA port and in/out audio.