Mobile Intelligent Ubiquitous Technology (MIU) Hybrid Dual Portable Computer (HDPC) Specifications
Display: 4.1″ TFT LCD and 2.4″ Active Matrix OLED (AMOLED)
Pixel Format: 800 x 480 (4.1″ TFT LCD), 320 x 240 (2.4″ AMOLED)
Connectivity: WiFi (802.11b/g), GPS, HSDPA, USIM, DMB
Availability: South Korea
Price: About US$500
MIU‘s HDPC sports two displays. On the outside it has a 2.4″ Active Matrix OLED (AMOLED) display with a pixel format of 320 x 240 (landscape). When you flip the display open a large 4.1″ TFT LCD greats you that feature a pixel format of 800 x 480. You need all of those pixels because the HDPC runs Windows XP. The 800 horizontal pixels aren’t optimal for web browsing since you’ll be scrolling left and right quite a bit, but for a device this small it’s definitely on the better side. You also have a QWERTY keyboard that is revealed. The HDPC sports a ton of features, which I won’t go into detail here, but it is Intel Atom powered, has DDR RAM and enough display real estate to challenge the smaller netbooks out there. There’s a video after the jump from AVING that shows off MIU’s HDPC in action (I believe you’ll need to turn off any ad filtering to see it).
[tags]Mobile Intelligent Ubiquitous Technology, MIU, Hybrid Dual Portable Computer, HDPC, 2.4″, 320 x 240, Active Matrix OLED, AMOLED, OLED, 4.1″, 800 x 480, UMPC[/tags]