Panasonic has introduced a new UMPC laptop in Tokyo. In contrast to the established competition, it offers resistance to unchanging maintenance.
UMPC stands for Ultra Mobile PC, ie the intermediate stage between small PDAs and large laptops. Find out more in the water of this article, which describes the features of the cheapest UMPC for the ns-mivva 400.
Currently, UMPCs are on the rise, or cheap “netbooks” (aka MID devices such as ASUS Eee or Acer Aspire One) will take away many potential customers. However, new models continue to appear, in which manufacturers can fully show their best technology.
Panasonic has made rugged and durable Toughbooks for many years. It enters the UMPC market with a model Toughbook CF-U1, in which he matured all his experience with sweat production to extreme working conditions.
The new UMPC is thus resistant to soil and ages 1.2 meters and hold on pour liquid.
The pot with dimensions of 184 x 151 x 57 mm and weight of 1.04 kg is equipped with the latest Intel Atom Z520 processor (1.33 GHz). As the experience of other ultra-mobile pots shows, the Intel Atom gets its power and surprises with very low consumption. Udvan vdri 9 o’clock so you can vit.
Hardware equipment according to yours 16GB SSD uloit (optional 32 GB) and 1 GB operates memory. Malik Toughbook is dodvn with operanm systmem Windows Vista, which is sweat in this configuration, but the furnace is only weak.
Quite rich is the offer interface. The pot contains one USB 2.0 port, SD card slot, two audio connectors and an Expansion Bus. Expansion modules, such as Ethernet or Smart Card, can be connected to the latter port. The wireless interfaces include Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, Wi-Fi 802.11a / g / on according to then 3G modem, GPS, pop. teka rovch kd.
The touch screen has a depth of 5.6 ″ and a sun resolution of 1,024 x 600, other advantages include an anti-reflective layer for better display in daylight. On Toughbook we also find a flow of fingerprints and a webcam.
The price is set at 2 499 americkch dolar, sales will be started in August this year.