Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive

Yes, the netbook market is tired and pretty jam-packed, but check out this shiny beast: it's a mini-netbook from Korean manufacturer UMID. And it's tiny. There's no official size info, but it looks smaller than a paperback book, and comparable to the old Psion PDAs, if you remember 'em, but far more capable.

Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
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Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
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Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive
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Illustration for article titled UMIDs Mini Netbook Makes Eees Look Massive

It's Atom-powered, of course, with 1GB memory and up to 32GB of SSD storage, and crazily jams in Korean wireless broadband WiBro, digital TV receivers, HSDPA, WiMAX, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. Its touchscreen is a respectable 1024x600 pixels, and while the keyboard may challenge the fat-fingered, the machine can run XP, Vista or Linux. Skinny-fingered netbook fans will have to hold their horses though as there's no info on price or whether it'll make it over the Pacific. [Aving]

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