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Samsung intros new Q1 Ultra UMPCs

One with 32GB SSD

| Posted: Aug 29, 2007 9:36 pm

Samsung yesterday expanded their Q1 Ultra UMPCs with three new additions, these each based around the Windows XP Tablet PC Edition operating system.

 

Beginning at the lowest spec'd of the bunch, there is the new Q1U-ELXP which comes with an Intel A100 processor running at 600MHz and a 40GB HDD, this model has an RRP of $999 USD.

 

A bump in price to $1,149 gets you the Q1U-XP which has an Intel A110 processor operating at 800MHz and a 60GB HDD.

 

The most interesting of the bunch of the new range topping Q1U-SSDXP which also uses Intel's A110 processor at 800MHz, but this puppy sports a 32GB solid state HDD from Samsung as well; though as a result of this, it carries a rather hefty price tag of $1,649.

 

For further information you can check up on this piece over at the Dailytech.

 



"Since pioneering the UMPC form factor one year ago, Samsung has relied on customer insights to deliver a range of ultra mobile computing solutions that best meet the varied needs of our customers," said Samsung Senior Product Marketing Manager Bret Berg. "With the Q1U-SSDXP, Q1U-XP and the Q1U-ELXP, Samsung has delivered three new solutions that appeal to a broader range of personal and professional users."

 

All three of the new models come equipped with 1GB of DDR2 memory, a 7" LED backlit (1024x600) display, dual webcams, dual array microphone, 802.11g wireless, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, biometric fingerprint reader, two USB 2.0 ports, a VGA port and a 10/100 NIC.

 

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