Pricing starts with a 60GB HDD and XP at $699 which appears high for a device that isnâ€™t much more than a 10hour version of the Gigabyte Touchnote that I’m using to write this. SSD versions start with a 32GB Windows 7 version and go right up to the 64GB version with the 2.0Ghz CPU and built-in HSDPA. Clearly pricing is going to be much much higher for that version so weâ€™re probably looking at the $700 – $1200 range here folks. Lets hope it’s a little less at the high end!
As I said, full details arenâ€™t known and availability is stated as â€˜soonâ€™ but we have been promised one of the first samples so you can expect an extensive live review session when it turns up here at UMPCPortal.
For a reminder on the specs, a gallery, some videos and related links from around the internet, check out our product information page for the Viliv S10.