The Clearview Infinity miPC, in a nutshell, is an ultra-mobile computer that does not have a keyboard, being capable of only playing music and video. Features include recording capability, support for DivX and Xvid codecs, an integrated FM tuner, mobile gaming (don’t expect 3D shooters or the ilk), and GPS navigation whenever it is docked in a specially-designed cradle. You get a mobile version of Microsoft Office in case you need to get some work done, while the miPC can also support VoIP, e-mail, web browsing and instant messaging applications. As for its GPS capability, maps of the US and Canada are supplied by Tele Atlas, boasting up to 16 million points of interest and text-to-voice directions. A 4.3″ touchscreen display, an SD memory card slot, a 30GB hard drive, 128MB RAM, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity rounds off the list of features. I’m stoked, but rather peeved that there is no official word on pricing and availability.