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Umid is not new at releasing ultraportable devices which are so small that you almost forget to have one of it in your pockets. You may want to read my article about Umid MID. But, to tell you the truth, Umid is not the only computer house to release small devices, ultraportables computer and netbooks. Here are a few article talking about Vivil UMPC, MIU HDPC, IMOVIO iKit, Raon Digital Evernut Note and many others. Anyway UMID, not quite satisfied by its MID, has recently released a new netbook called Mbook M1D which can be considered a real UMPC to all effects!

Umid Mbook M1D netbook can be considered an evolution of the well-known Umid MID. Despite it still keeps  the primary function of e-dictionary thanks to a  multi-language software content provided by Doosan, Umid has extended its capabilities by installing a real operating system! Here are its most important features:

  • 4.8-inch touchscreen with resolution 1024 x 600 pixels display.
  • 1.1GHz Intel Atom processor.
  • Up to 1 GB of RAM.
  • Up to 32GB SSD (Solid State Drive).
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and  3G connectivity.
  • Bluetooth.
  • SD slot.
  • Battery life up to 6 hours.
  • Operating systems available:  Windows XP, Vista or Linux.

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One Comment to “New Umid Mbook M1D netbook”

  1. mathman47 Says:

    I found the M1 for sale at a number of sites for $599+. Personally, I want a computer, not a taco. Give me a 23″ HD monitor, quad cores, 4GB ram, at least 1T+ storage, Dolby 7. something, burners, readers, a TV card, a WiNRADiO attached to a serial port, an ICOM I-100 on another, a greenhouse, a lava lamp, a rocket launcher, a PIC and an Arduino attached by their USB umbilici, and enough USB and serial ports to populate a small planet. And all for under $1,000.

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