Yeah, there's a certain novelty to getting FCC shots and info -- it's usually nothing we've never seen before, but after all those pristine press photos and well-buffed display units, that down and dirty FCC photography is jarring in a good way -- kind of like tabloid shots of your favorite star a drunken wreck early Sunday morning. So if you wanted the lowdown, the Q1's (still) got a Celeron M ULV, 256MB (upgradeable to 1GB), an Intel 915GMS chipset, 60GB drive (up from 40GB!), Ethernet, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, two USB 2.0 ports, VGA out, audio out, a 7-inch 800 x 480 display, and three cell battery. Like we said, not a lot there we didn't know. But if you did want to snag a sneak peek at how Microsoft Touch Pack and all that UMPC multimedia software works, they've got a hefty 140-some-odd page user manual for you to peruse at your leisure (PDF links part 1 and part 2). Say goodbye to your afternoon.

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