The Qi NanoNote is one unique device which is small enough to cram into most pockets, as it comes with a 3″ display at 320 x 240 resolution, featuring a clamshell design and a QWERTY keyboard that ups your productivity rate compared to a pesky alphanumeric keypad. Specially designed for thumb-typing, it can perform the most basic of computing tasks, so do not expect it to handle anything more complex than basic Internet surfing and the ilk. Other hardware specifications include a 336MHz Xburst Jz4720 (MIPS compatible) processor, 32MB RAM, 2GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot, speaker, microphone and headphone jacks. No idea on pricing for this Linux-powered machine though.
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