Here's a video of a yet to be announced Lenovo mobile Internet device. The device looks pretty sleek and is another example of how Lenovo's shifting some of its focus to the consumer marketplace. The company introduced the IdeaBook line for consumers this week and may announce this MID at CES 2008.
The OQO Model 2 is a petite handheld, and at first glance you wouldn't want to use it to edit high-res photos. But it looks like a good number of professional photographers are using them to do just that.
Walt Mossberg says Samsung's second generation of ultramobile PCs are a great improvement over last year's models, but not ready for mainstream consumption. He recommends the Samsung Q1 Ultra as an option for those who don't want to lug around even the smallest laptops.
Fujitsu announced its first ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs) today. Built for for business users, the U Series is the world's smallest tablet-convertible UMPC, weighing only 580g and measuring 26.5mm thick. The FMV-U8240 features a 5.6" (1024x600) widescreen display.