Raon Digital Everun (Model: S6S) Specifications and information
Raon Digital Everun alternatives
|We like the Everun! Flash disk, auto screen rotate, good screen brightness and the ability to upgrade with HSDPA or EVDO. Prices are very competitive and there's a good range of accessories. Class-leading battery life. On the negative side, the Everun has problems decoding ost video formats apart from MPEG-4. This is no desktop replacement but performs very well and is highly recommended as a mobile internet device.|
Raon Digital Everun Specifications
|CPU||AMD Geode LX900|
|CPU speed||600 Mhz|
|OS||Microsoft Windows XP Home|
|Display Size||4.8" 800 X 480|
|Battery capacity||25 Wh|
|Weight (Minimum)||460gm / 1.01 pounds|
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)|
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
|Optional Specs and Accessories (can vary)|
|3G voice/data modem||*Specifications can vary|
|Raon Digital Everun videos|
|Raon Digital Everun prices|
|Europe||€800||30 Oct 12|
|USA||$899||30 Oct 12|
|UK||£570||30 Oct 12|
|Australia||$1400||30 Oct 12|
|Raon Digital Everun popularity (12 months)|
|Raon Digital Everun news and review links.||Date|
|Raon Digital Everun launch news.||23/02/19|
|Everun 'might not suck' - Gizmodo.||23/02/19|
|Everun hands-on and video.||23/02/19|
|Marc Rollins. Everun opinions.||23/02/19|
|Everun - Keyboard video demo.||23/02/19|
Raon Digital Everun alternatives
|Sony Tablet P, 5.5 inch, 370 grams (0.82 lbs)|
|Eking M5, 5.0 inch, 440 grams (0.97 lbs)|
|Psixpda Psixpda, 4.8 inch, 420 grams (0.93 lbs)|
A productive and usable design hampered by relatively short battery life. Mouse pad (hidden on right hand side of frame) is very usable when using the device in two-handed 'thumbing' mode. Keyboard very good for two-handed thumbing.
|XPPhone XPPhone, 4.8 inch, 400 grams (0.88 lbs)|
Early pricing (local, China) is said to be the equivalent of $400 but specifications are not known. If build quality can be kept high, this 400gm basic UMPC/Phone could find some customers. AMD processor is not very powerful but reaches full web speeds similar to very low-end Atom-based devices. 3D support is poor. Given a fast SSD, this could reach acceptable office application speeds.
|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.
|Fujitsu UH900, 5.6 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)|
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|Eking S515, 4.8 inch, 420 grams (0.93 lbs)|
A productive and usable design hampered by relatively short battery life. Mouse pad (hidden on right hand side of frame) is very usable when using the device in two-handed 'thumbing' mode.
|Kohjinsha PA, 4.8 inch, 400 grams (0.88 lbs)|
|Sharp Netwalker, 5.0 inch, 409 grams (0.9 lbs)|
The price could be a little high on this one at launch but it competes well with the UMID M1 UMPC. Battery life of 10 hours is a real bonus. Combine this with a Mifi and you're good to go! On the Ascii.co.jp video (see below) we're impressed with the load time (10-seconds for ascii.co.jp on a Firefox browser) and the embedded Flash video.
|Tainell T500, 5.0 inch, 450 grams (0.99 lbs)|
With very similar appearance and features to the Viliv S5, this may have to compete on price. No information on the on-screen-keyboard at this stage. Windows7 may be the solution here.
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