Samsung debuts their first Vista-optimized ultra-mobile PC

By on March 8, 2007, 8:55 AM
The new Q1P is an ultra-mobile PC featuring an Intel 1.0GHz Pentium processor, 60GB hard drive, 1GB of memory, a 7-inch touch screen, WiFi and Bluetooth connections, all of that weighting in at a mere 1.7 pounds. Samsung expects a battery life of approximately two and a half hours for its new unit, which doesn't sound like much but we have to remember it's all been integrated in a highly portable package. It also has a chic look to it.

"Since the introduction of the Q1 UMPC, Samsung has been unwavering in its commitment to growing and developing this new product category," said Bret Berg, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Mobile Computing Products, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. "With the Q1P for Windows Vista UMPC, Samsung has once again proven its dedication to the UMPC market by delivering a powerful product that allows even the most mobile individuals to enjoy the many benefits of the Windows Vista operating system while on the go."

The Q1P is already available from a number of retailers. The starting price for this ultra-mobile PC is $1,299.

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