Samsung Q1-SSD specs, prices, info
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Samsung Q1-SSD Specifications
|Model name||Q1-SSD||CPU||Intel Celeron-M|
|CPU speed||900 Mhz|
|Graphics||Intel GMA 900|
|OS||Microsoft Windows XP Tablet Edition|
|Display Size||7.0" 800 X 480|
||CCFL b/l, Soft (Finger) Touch|
|Battery capacity||29 Wh|
|Weight (Minimum)||779gm / 1.72 pounds|
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
|Wireless Interfaces||802.11 a/b/g|
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
|*Specifications can vary|
Samsung Q1-SSD information
|The SSD (Solid State Drive - Flash Memory) version has no moving parts making at tougher, lighter and quieter. The flash drive also gives advantages with boot-up and operational speed. Battery life is improved by an estimated 10%. This model is currently only available in Asia. In the US, the Q1P-SSD is available. (Pentium-M based flash version.)|
Samsung Q1-SSD alternatives
|Toshiba Libretto W100 (W105-L251 PLW10U-00201V ), 7.0 inch, 699 grams (1.54 lbs)|
A new and interesting design from Toshiba. Dual capacitative touchscreens and some well-integrated keyboard software make this a very interesting choice in the UMPC sector. Heat could be a problem and battery life with the small battery down to 2hrs. High-performance CPU should drive Windows 7 touch and muti-touch features well. Premium price.
|Sony Vaio (P11), 8.0 inch, 632 grams (1.39 lbs)|
Another well specified clamshell-style UMPC. Slightly too wide for thumb typing but wide enough for a touch-typing experience. 1.8Ghz, 2GB RAM and SSD helps with speed and this should make quite a rugged travel computer too.
|Kohjinsha SK3 (SK3KX06GA), 7.0 inch, 720 grams (1.59 lbs)|
|Viliv X70 EX, 7.0 inch, 660 grams (1.46 lbs)|
|Samsung Q1EX, 7.0 inch, 648 grams (1.43 lbs)|
|Sony Vaio P500 (VGN-P530H), 8.0 inch, 635 grams (1.4 lbs)|
|Archos 7 (320GB), 7.0 inch, 640 grams (1.41 lbs)|
|Archos 7 (160GB), 7.0 inch, 652 grams (1.44 lbs)|
|Raon Digital Everun Note (S16S), 7.0 inch, 742 grams (1.64 lbs)|
A very cheap touchscreen UMPC. 1Ghz CPU is as powerful as INtel Atom at 1.6Ghz. Battery life is quite poor but additional batteries are cheap and small. Good keyboard. Build quality not the best.
|Raon Digital Everun Note (D24S), 7.0 inch, 742 grams (1.64 lbs)|
This is one of the most powerful UMPCs we've ever tested. Its light enough to be used as a carry-everywhere PC solution but the small form factor does not lend itself well to long periods of work. Battery life can reduce very quickly when under heavy usage. Processing power is locked to 800Mhz when under battery power.
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