byEvan Blass||March 6th 2007 at 5:08pmMarch 6th 2007 5:08 pm
So aside from Kevin and James over at jkOnTheRun, we're not sure how many folks are going to be delighted to learn that Samsung's Q1P UMPC is now all Vista-certified (it still ships with the same rather anemic hardware, however), but sometimes you just gotta throw a bone to the hardcore "ultranauts." Not much to say about the 1.7-pound, 7-inch Q1P that you didn't already know, but to fill a little space we'll regurgitate the specs for the umpteenth time: 1.0GHz Pentium ULV processor, 60GB HDD, 1GB of RAM (not bad!), Bluetooth, WiFi, and of course integrated graphics. The biggest plus for Vista Q1P users -- besides the upgraded pen input -- will probably be Origami Experience, a launcher / media player that strives to polish up the interface and further differentiate the UMPC from PDA's and full-size tablets. As usual, $1,300 is the sticker price for this model, which is available immediately with its new Vista flava.