I was roaming around the Intel booth when I spotted the MBook M1. It’s a very sleek ultra-mobile PC (UMPC) that hits in the palm of the hand (as you can see in the photo gallery). As with most of these devices, it runs a full version of Windows, but the big difference here is that the keyboard is actually usable, with the thumbs, that said. It takes the top spot in my UMPC list (the former champion was the Aigo 8800).
The thing is, as much as I love it as a geek, I’m hard-pressed to find something productive to do with it as a user. Also, there’s no USB ports (understandable, given the size), and that further limits its possible use. How would you use it? Drop a comment!
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