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Right on schedule, Aigo's 800MHz Atom Z500-powered P8860 MID (aka, the Gigabyte M528 for the US and Europe) is hitting the mean, retail streets of Hong Kong today. With it, we've got a bit of video showing off the new pen+finger-based MIDLinux (aka, Midinux) GUI which looks far better than it did w

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Aigo's MID (more formally known as the MID P8860) just arrived in the anxious hands of UMPC Fever, and of course, it uploaded a number of photographs so we could all share in the joyous unboxing experience. Granted, you've already seen so many in the wild shots that you aren't apt to be surprised,

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Aigo hasn't been keeping many secrets about its Atom-based MID, but it has been slightly less than forthcoming with any official word of a price or release date. The company now looks to have finally gotten its act together, however, with it announcing that the handheld, now officially dubbed the M

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We heard that Legend Silicon and Intel were teaming up to push HDTV dongles in China, and push they have. aigo has just announced that it has used technology from the former to build USB TV tuners for catching OTA HD signals on laptops, PCs or any other manner of devices capable of watching video. I

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The folks at UMPCFever got in some quality time with the upcoming Aigo MID (an Asia-centric version of the Gigabyte M528), which hasn't really been seen much outside of tradeshows so far. Apparently MIDLinux 2.0, which the device ships with, is running really well these days, which is encouraging g

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Are you hoping to enter a \"two-nuclear detonation true high-definition era\" of PMP'ing? Do you desire \"really high-definition video playback\" which brings a \"new visual shock?\" Do you want a media player with \"super hard drive recorders, easily direct D1 quality\" which are \"worth your small taste?\"

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We got a chance to fondle the non-Menlow Amtek U560 / Aigo UMPC on the floor of this year's CES, and we've got the pictures to prove it. The XP-running portable had a solid build, though the mechanism for sliding the screen felt a bit janky, and the overall size is possibly more than you want, espe

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We got a chance to play with the new Aigo MID that sports the Intel Menlow chip, and here's a slew of shots for you to peep. A few items of note: first, the thing is totally trying to rip the iPhone's interface -- you can't really debate that, though sitting atop its janky Linux implementation, it

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Nestled comfortably somewhere between its myriad PMPs and Patriot UMPC, Aigo has developed its very own mobile internet device (or MID as the kids are calling them nowadays). The device is captured on video, notably hosted on the very same YouTube account as yesterday's Lenovo MID vid. While it's h

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Aigo's certainly no stranger to nondescript PMPs, and it now looks to found room for one more in its increasingly crowded lineup, with its new Patriot P882 offer plenty of the usual features in a package that's sure to stand out. Unfortunately, this one stands out for all the wrong reasons, as it a

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In case you haven't noticed, Disney has been finding its way into a plethora of handhelds and portable media players of late, and it looks like the firm has accomplished yet another takeover on Aigo's latest. This Winnie the Pooh-themed device sports an oh-so-cute exterior, 3.5-inch LCD, an image v

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Aigo's latest PMP smells like more hype that substance, but regardless, this 2GB player certainly has the look. Internally, you'll find a 600MHz processor, a 2.8-inch panel, Class-D digital amplifier, and support for a wide array of formats including Real Audio, JPEG, BMP, GIF, MP3, \"MP5,\" WMA, FLA

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Engadget China has just gotten its hands on an old friend of ours, a UMPC based on Intel's McCaslin MID spec. Recently we've seen this same design on the Amtek U560, but this version bears the Aigo badge proudly. Of course, since this (the company's first foray into the UMPC market) is based on the

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We already knew of Intel's 2007 \"McCaslin\" ultra mobile platform strategy after peeping their pre-show slides: professional UMPCs paired with consumer-oriented, Linux-based MIDs. Still, it's always good to get the official word even if it means that Intel must travel all the way to their IDF in Bei

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Let's face it, portable media players are no long reserved for the adults out there, as even Aigo has caved to the kiddos' pressures and produced its own duo of youngster-centric PMPs. Following in the footsteps of Disney and Toy Quest (among others), the F989 rocks a kid-friendly design, handheld

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While Aigo's no stranger to the DAP / PMP universe, the firm typically focuses on flash-based players, but as with its 50-hour A215, F209 wristwatch, and Linux-based units, the E235 sports something that differentiates it from the host of other alternatives. Boasting a 3.5-inch LCD screen, 320 x 24

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Chinese manufacturer Aigo has let loose a new digital audio player in its home country, the Patriot MP-F986. Weighing in at just 1.5 ounces in a pocketable 2.6 x 1.85 x 0.6-inch form, this one's available in both 512MB and 1GB varieties -- each packing a 160 x 128 OLED screen for some pint-sized AV

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There are those of us who want a portable music / media player that does it all, and lasts an unnecessarily long time on a single charge, but since that probably ain't happening anytime soon (without costing a small fortune), Aigo figured it might as well go all-out in one particular department for

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In case you don't already own one of the bajillion DAPs on the market, or if your cellphone doesn't sport some sort of musical playback function, Aigo figures it could interest you in wrapping those capabilities around your wrist. Clearly another example of consolidation in action, this watch / DAP

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