WiBrain B1H

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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.

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WiBrain B1H Specifications

Manufacturer WiBrain
Model name B1H
CPU VIA C7-M
CPU speed 1200 Mhz
Graphics
OS Microsoft Windows XP Home
Display Size
4.8" 1024 X 600
RAM 1024 MB
Hard Disk 60 GB
Battery capacity 29 Wh
Battery Life (tested)2.4 - 3.2 hours
Weight (Minimum) 512gm / 1.13 pounds
Size 192/82/28.0 mm
Size 7.6/3.2/1.1 inches
Physical Interfaces Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
MIC-in
Wireless Interfaces802.11b/g
BT2.0
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
AdditionalWebCam
Optional Specs and Accessories (can vary)
Car Mount
Docking station
*Specifications can vary

WiBrain B1H information

Available globally in B1E (512/30GB) and B1H (1GB/60G) versions.
WiBrain B1H prices
USA$84930 Oct 12
Australia$120030 Oct 12
WiBrain B1H news and review links.Date
Early news- WiBrain UMPC23/02/19
Wibrain review by UltraMobilePC Tips23/02/19
WiBrain price drops.23/02/19
WiBrain first impressions - UMPCPortal23/02/19
UMPCPortal WIbrain unboxing.23/02/19
WiBrain unboxing23/02/19
WiBrain video. Running Quake 223/02/19
WiBrain B1 video and final launch specs23/02/19
WiBrain design update23/02/19
Product homepage23/02/19
WiBrain B1L full review by LinuxSlate.23/02/19
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WiBrain B1H popularity (140days)

WiBrain B1H alternatives

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.
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.
Raon Digital Everun S8S, 4.8 inch, 460 grams (1.01 lbs)
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.
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.
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.
ASUS R50A (R50A), 5.6 inch, 520 grams (1.15 lbs)
Looks good. Looks expensive! No keyboard could put some people off.
Raon Digital Everun S36HS (S36HS), 4.8 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)
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.
WiBrain B1E, 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.
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