The UMID mBook BZ is in many ways a curious animal: it packs a ton of power into a MID, but doesn't know quite to how to harness it. It's a ultrasmall computer that can be ultrahard to use.
The mBook BZ has many of the same specs as its predecessor, the M1: it has the same 4.8" touchscreen at 1024x600 resolution, the same 512MB of memory, and runs the same outmoded Windows XP operating system. The BZ, though, runs on the 1.3GHz Atom Z515 processor, which helps it get listed with a pretty incredible seven hours of battery life with continuous playback. The mBook BZ also features a 1.3 megapixel webcam, VGA out, and a built-in microphone.