What you see here is the UMID M2, but fret not – the M2 looks extremely similar that it would be all but impossible to tell the difference between the two at a glance. The UMID M2 is tipped to hit the market sometime this November, retailing for $499 while coming with an Intel Atom 1.6GHz processor running within, aided by 1GB RAM and powered by the new Windows 7 operating system. Are you saving up for a MID in the near future, or do you prefer your current smartphone?
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