The UMID M1 mbook MID is just barely out of the gate and already the Korean company is perfecting ideas on the Atom-based clamshell's successor.
UMID held a press conference yesterday to officially launch its Atom-based M1 mbook MID, which is now available to order in Korea. In conjunction with
ARM announced earlier this week that Wistron would be showing off a "sleek 5" advanced Internet experience device" at MWC, and here it is .
There are no specs to go along with this thick-bezeled slider from Haier, but based on Engadget's passing mention of "an interesting assortment of MIDs"
I've recently started using the Raon Digital Everun Note D24S (on loan from Dynamism) but before I get started on my full review, I'd like
Sure, there's been some debate over whether the Sony Vaio P can fit into a pocket, but I think this video of the mini notebook
A press release issued by Samsung yesterday included a casual mention of a MID: The latest and the most diverse Mobile WiMAX line-ups include mobile
The USBConnect Quicksilver was introduced by AT&T and Option in October 2008 not only as one of the world's smallest HSPA USB devices but also
Uh, did Sony forget that the Vaio P already has the Gobi WWAN chipset inside its 1.4-pound body? Because unless the company's announcement about selecting
The last time we heard about Intel and LG developing a MID/UMPC together was at CES 2008 (yes, 2008). It was called the XNote B831