LG XNote B831 (Model: B831) Specs and Info

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Moving towards the ideal 'pocketable' form factor for a mobile device this is more than just a MID. Running Vista it proves that the Menlow platform can be scaled up (rumors at the moment indicate that the Silverthorne processor goes up to 1.8Ghz) to support UMPC-style operating systems.

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LG XNote B831 Specifications

Manufacturer LG
Model name XNote B831
Model id B831
CPU Intel Atom
Graphics Intel GMA 500
OS Microsoft Windows Vista
Display Size
4.8" 800 X 480
Display Type
Soft (Finger) Touch
RAM 1024 MB
Hard Disk 40 GB
Weight (Minimum) 590gm / 1.3 pounds
Size 148/82/29.0 mm
Size 5.8/3.2/1.1 inches
Physical Interfaces USB 2.0
SD card slot
Wireless Interfaces802.11b/g
BT2.0
HSDPA
*Specifications can vary
CPU clock unknown.
LG XNote B831 popularity (12 months)
LG XNote B831 news and review links.Date
LG UMPC. Real photo confirmation.23/02/19
Ubergizmo hands-on with the LG UMPC23/02/19
LG UMPC. Engadget hands on.23/02/19
Close-up keyboard images - LG UMPC23/02/19
LG UMPC hands-on at CeBIT. Video23/02/19
LG XNote B831 videos

LG XNote B831 alternatives

Fujitsu UH900, 5.6 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)
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E-King i1, 4.8 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)
With 1.33Ghz Atom processor, SD card slot, the i1 is going to be a good step up from the Wibrain B1 that it is following. Ergonomics on the B1 are excellent (the touch-pad making control very easy) and if Wibrain reach the their stated target of 6-hours browsing time, it's going to be an excellent mobile device.
Wibrain i1 HSDPA, 4.8 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)
With an updated case styling, 1.1 or 1.33Ghz Atom processor, hsdpa and the SD card slot, the i1 is going to be a good big step up from the B1. Ergonomics on the B1 are excellent (the touch-pad making control very easy) and if Wibrain reach the their stated target of 6-hours browsing time, it's going to be an excellent mobile device. Wibrain have always been competitively priced too.
Wibrain B1 SJ, 4.8 inch, 512 grams (1.13 lbs)
One of the more easy-to-use UMPCs. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short. Fantastic screen and very good value.
Wibrain i1, 4.8 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)
With an updated case styling, 1.1 or 1.33Ghz Atom processor, hsdpa and the SD card slot, the i1 is going to be a good big step up from the B1. Ergonomics on the B1 are excellent (the touch-pad making control very easy) and if Wibrain reach the their stated target of 6-hours browsing time, it's going to be an excellent mobile device. Wibrain have always been competitively priced too.
Fujitsu U2010, 5.6 inch, 610 grams (1.34 lbs)
3.5hours under bapco is a wifi-off, low screen brightness test. Expect about 3hrs browsing on this device.
WiBrain B1L, 4.8 inch, 512 grams (1.13 lbs)
Not the most attractive of UMPCs but one of the more usable ones. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short. Some fan noise. Fantastic screen.
WiBrain B1H, 4.8 inch, 512 grams (1.13 lbs)
Not the most attractive of UMPCs but one of the more usable ones. The touch-pointer and keyboard help to make the learning curve short and the 1.2Ghz processor works well with Windows XP Home. Some fan noise. Fantastic screen.
ASUS R50A (R50A), 5.6 inch, 520 grams (1.15 lbs)
Looks good. Looks expensive! No keyboard could put some people off.
Samsung SPH-P9200, 5.0 inch, 650 grams (1.43 lbs)
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