Review: Aigo P8860 MID

Launched in China in early August, the Aigo P8860 recently became the first (and currently only) Intel MID to be available worldwide. With the help

October 29, 2008 Linux, Reviews, UMPC

BF Evergreen intros 7-inch "low cost laptop" 7010A

Exactly how a keyboard-less slate could be billed as a laptop is anyone’s guess, but Hong Kong-based OEM BF Evergreen has recently added a 1.3-pound

October 28, 2008 UMPC

Sony mylo mini site now better optimized for mylo 2

Nearly a year after its release, the Sony mylo 2 (COM-2) internet device finally has a dedicated portal beautifully optimized for its 3.5-inch 800 x

October 27, 2008 Linux, UMPC

Linux-based Samsung Q1 Ultra now sold as Indamixx Portable Studio

Unless your interests include both UMPCs and audio remixing/producing, you may have missed the news this summer that the Samsung Q1 Ultra traded its Windows

October 25, 2008 Linux, UMPC

Haansoft unveils 3D Cube user interface for MIDs

Korean software company Haansoft has developed a new 3D interface designed to "maximize the user experience" of Intel MIDs. Announced at IDF in Taipei this

October 24, 2008 UMPC

SFR launches M! PC Pocket: Subsidized MID for France

Talk about lost in translation. It turns out that the French issue of Stuff magazine that leaked Archos 5g and M! PC Pocket "pricing" didn’t

October 23, 2008 UMPC

XP drivers get GPS working on Aigo P8860 MID

DFJ has been keeping me updated on the progress Aigo is making with the XP drivers over the past few weeks and emailed me with

October 23, 2008 UMPC

USI MID-160 is world's thinnest Atom MID to date

This Halloween, Steve Paine and I have decided to dress up as each other and see what turns up in our trick-or-treat bags. We’ve already

October 23, 2008 UMPC

MID battle: Aigo P8860 (Intel) vs. Archos 5 (ARM)

Even though Archos isn’t using the “MID” term to describe its new range of Internet Media Tablets, there’s no denying that it is a mobile

October 22, 2008 Features, UMPC

Archos 5g priced at €279 with €30/month data plan [Updated]

French carrier SFR is expected to formally announce details of their plans to subsidize the 3.5G-enabled Archos 5g later this week, but November’s Stuff magazine

October 21, 2008 Linux, UMPC
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