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Hands-on with Aigo's iPhone-ripping, Menlow-based MID

Joshua Topolsky
January 8, 2008
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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 feels pretty third rate. On the bright side, the little guy uses a new, touchscreen-MID-centric version of Mozilla called CoolFox, which is nice to see on a handheld. Check the gallery and see for yourself.

Gallery: Hands-on with Aigo's iPhone-ripping, Menlow-based MID | 13 Photos



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