Aigo MID (Model: P8860) Specifications and information

Aigo MID alternatives
Proving very popular with early adopters as one of the first PC-based MIDs to be available. The device is shipped with a relatively closed operating system but simple hacks are available that enable software installation.

Aigo MID Specifications

Manufacturer Aigo
Model name MID
Model id P8860
CPU Intel Atom
CPU speed 800 Mhz
Graphics Intel GMA 500
OS Linux (Moblin core)
Display Size
4.8" 800 X 480
Display Type
LED b/l, Soft (Finger) Touch
SSD 3.9 GB
Battery capacity 10 Wh
Weight (Minimum) 340gm / 0.75 pounds
Size 152/80/23.0 mm
Size 6/3.1/0.9 inches
Physical Interfaces SD slot (Micro)
USB 2.0
Mini USB 2.0 (client)
Headset i/f (Mic+Line)
GPS Antenna socket
Wireless Interfaces802.11b/g
BT2.0
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
*Specifications can vary

Aigo MID alternatives

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Viliv N5, 4.8 inch, 399 grams (0.88 lbs)
Lives up to the pre-release hype. Great build quality, fast SSD, good keyboard and battery life. It's expensive when compared to the UMID BZ so you'll have to 'value' that extra memory and build quality. Base model, surprisingly, comes with no video out.
Kohjinsha PA, 4.8 inch, 400 grams (0.88 lbs)
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Aigo MID (8888W), 4.8 inch, 340 grams (0.75 lbs)
Proving very popular with early adopters as one of the first PC-based MIDs to be available. The device is shipped with a relatively closed operating system but simple hacks are available that enable software installation.
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