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Samsung's SPH-P9000 Deluxe MITs landing in December

Darren Murph
11.20.06
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If you're just not feeling the typical, customary UMPC, Samsung has the ultimate mishmash of laptop and ultraportable machine that you've been dreaming up, and it should be ready to rock in just "two weeks." That snazzy (albeit cockamamie) SPH-9000 was originally announced as the first thing to get after the holiday rush in "Q1 2007," but in a very atypical turn of events, the company is now announcing that the WiBro-packin' foldable should be ready by "early December" for pickup in South Korea. While we can't wait to see how functional this three-pieced machine really is, and whether its battery life breaks away from the short-lived stereotype its brethren have unfortunately created, we suppose we'll have to wait for a hands-on from overseas -- but hey, at least it'll get here an awful lot quicker than previously assumed.

[Via SlashGear]

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