Samsung is showing off the Q1Ultra at CeBIT, a year after it unveiled its first generation Q1 UMPC at the show.
Unlike its predecessor, the Q1Ultra features a Qwerty keypad, split in two parts either side of the screen in the top left and right hand corners. It’s pretty usable too – if you can handle a BlackBerry then you should have no problem tapping away on this.
It runs Vista Home Premium, packs 1GB of RAM, its 7in screen runs at a resolution of 1,024×600 and its hard drive stretches to 60GB. It measures 228x124x24mm, weighs 690g and the standard battery should keep you going for three and half hours.
Intriguingly, its processor is listed as a ‘UMPC Intel New Technology’. More on that, hopefully, later.