Viliv will reportedly introduce two ultra mobile PCs (UMPC) at CES next month. The N5 will boast a 4.8-inch 1024x600 resolution display, as well as Wi-Fi, 3G and GPS. Like competing units, it should offer the full -- albeit miniaturized -- functionality of a larger computer and will run Windows 7. Unfortunately, there are no details about what powers the device, but it could be based on Intel's Pine Trail platform.
Viliv also plans to show the S10, a more netbook-like system that features a 10-inch multi-touch swivel display, a 1.3GHz Atom, an SSD (likely 32GB or 64GB), optional 3G connectivity, and Windows 7. According to Electronista, other devices that might appear at CES include the P3, an OLED touchscreen media player that runs Android and Windows CE, and the HD5, a 5-inch Windows CE-based video player with enough muscle for 1080p content.