Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC pictures

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Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC

13 Pictures - Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC

  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Samsung Q1 Ultra - Ultra-Mobile PC
  • Q1 Ultra Mobile Tablet PC (800MHz Pentium M ULV A110, 1GB DDR2, 60GB, Windows Vista Home Premium, 7" LCD)

AndyME

June 12, 2008, 12:13 am

This is an excellent review (although one pic does not show the rear cam as one could assume, but the hole for the lanyard...;-))


Why did i get the Q1U? Because I wanted a good compromise between screen quality and portability in a windows device. What for? believe it or not: to be able to run a 3D CAD program (namely DesignCAD). Not realy in order to do the main drawings there, but in order to have them available, be able to look at them when on the go and eventually even create a small item in order to evaluate it. I really was not sure if this would work when i got it...but at $750 for the qiuv i took the risk. I did an upgrade to 2GB and i must say: I AM AMAZED. not only does the design program work perfectly fine (of course not as smooth as on my desktop, but it really does work, including rendering shaded objects and moving them around). Now, with this design program (and many other programs too) it is helpful to have keys available in order to enter commands. the keys around the screen are doing a great job here. And the fact that you have a tablet pc in a slate shape and still access to hardware keys is really extremely convenient and you find yourself sitting in a coffee shop surfing the web with a little something in your hand. This device really has been designed with the end user in mind. It definitely changes the way one uses a pc when on the go. I do agree that for longer texts i would use an external keyboard, but being used to the thumb keyboards from my pocket pcs i learned typing blindly on the keyboard rather fast and i use it for chatting and emailing on a daily basis. the qiuv has become my daily companion and i simply love it.

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