At a recent presentation, Toshiba demoed a little hand-held UMPC
Panasonic may have "announced"
It appears that Everex, the same company that sent Wal-Mart shoppers into a tizzy of values with its Linux-based gPC
Today at the VIA Technology Forum in Taipei, people get the first glimpse of VIA's ultra mobile PC reference design, the NanoBook. Though the term "reference design" might suggest "concept product," this design is actually being picked up. In Europe, Packard Bell will ship it, and VIA will announce its US partner later… »
We're all for the improvement of Ultra Mobile PCs (UMPC), but we're not sure if this is a step forward or a step back (we're inclined to go with the latter). In an effort to make UMPCs less cold and more cuddly, Brit designer Crispin Jones has done away with their intimidating buttons, engraved them with different… »
Daewoo Lucoms apparently decided to get into the ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) game, shipping its handsomely-styled Solo M1 which has a 7-inch touchscreen, 1.3-megapixel video camera and a DMB TV tuner for those Asians fortunate enough to have access to such signals. It's powered by an Intel Celeron 900 processor. »