Aigo MID video demo.

Posted on 17 November 2008, Last updated on 11 November 2019 by

Thanks to I’ve had the Aigo MID for a few weeks now. I put a fairly lengthy post up a few weeks ago explaining where this device fits in but now it’s time to give you an overview of it in action.

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Here’s the video, made with very little preparation so you get to see a few problems with the device too.

Also available in higher quality WMV and H.264.

As I said in my hands-on, this isn’t a device for most consumers yet. It’s an early-adopters device built with good hardware and relatively open software. Out-of-the-box the applications are relatively thin and light but it’s main task, being a mobile internet device, is performed extremely well as you can see in the video. If high-end browsing in a pocketable form factor with media, music and communications, good Wifi and BT and a really lovely screen fits your bill, this could be one for you.

More information and links including specifications and gallery, available through the Aigo MID info-page.

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