Viliv S10 Blade netvertible, N5 MID get official

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Joseph L. Flatley
January 7th, 2010
Viliv S10 Blade netvertible, N5 MID get official
We loved the design of Viliv's S10 Blade, and we love they fact that it's finally official. The 10.1-inch resistive multitouch convertible sports integrated 4G mobile WiMAX and 3G HSPA, and is being hailed as "a non-compromise, high-performance" device by those who want you to buy one. Additionally, the N5 is a 4.8-inch clamshell MID with 3G and WiFi. Look for 'em at your favorite e-tailer. PR after the break.
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Press Release Jan 06, 2009

viliv Expands its Mobile Internet Device Product with the Go-Everywhere PC "N5" and Multi-touch Tablet PC "S10 Blade"

The viliv N5 features a 4.8" Touch Screen, Intel®Atom™ Processor and Windows® 7 OS, and QWERTY keyboard

The viliv S10 Blade features a 10.1" Multi-touch Screen with High Resolution(1366×768) and Swivel Display.

Las Vegas-Jan 6, 2010 – viliv (Yukyung Technologies Corporation), a leading Mobile Internet Device manufacturer, today announced two new Mobile Internet Devices, the N5 and the S10 Blade. The two products made their debut at PEPCOM's Digital Experience in Las Vegas and will be on display during CES 2010 at the viliv booth, #30349 of the South Hall 3 Upper Level.

Aimed at the go-everywhere PC users, "N5" combines usability and productivity by delivering enhanced performance, light portability (weighing just 399g/0.88lbs), extended battery life and full QWERTY keyboard. With integrated GPS navigation and fueled by the Intel® Atom™ processor (1.33GHZ), N5 is a non-compromise, high-performance mobile computing device that offers full PC functionality and optional 3G HSPA or WiMAX connectivity for mobile professionals as well as for micro-bloggers.

viliv also unveiled the S10 Blade with Multi-Touch Convertible Tablet form factor and with multiple ways to provide input including a full QWERTY keyboard, Multi-Touch and stylus. The S10 Blade delivers up to 10 hours of battery life and weighs only 1.21Kg / 2.67 lb for the best mobile computing experience. The S10 Blade offers various connectivity options including integrated 4G mobile WiMAX, and 3G HSPA. Consumers can get a seamless Internet connectivity at true broadband speeds - at home, in the office or on-the-go.

"Since pioneering the MID (Mobile Internet Device) category with the introductions of S5, X70EX and S7 over a period of less than 6 months, viliv has been unwavering in its commitment to the long-term growth and development of this fast-growing mobile computing product market segment, said Dr. Seung-Jin Yoo, Vice President, Yukyung Technologies." "We have made a strong showing in the global marketplace. With the introductions of N5 and S10 Blade, viliv further strengthens its leadership position in the Mobile Internet Device market segment. Viliv N5 and S10 Blade continue to deliver high performance and amazing mobility with the Intel® Atom™ processor.

"The Intel Atom processor represents a hallmark in technology innovation, enabling users to gain unhindered access to the rich, visually compelling Internet in handheld devices," said Pankaj Kedia, director of global ecosystem programs in Intel Corporation's Ultra Mobility Group. "Yukyung has demonstrated the capabilities of the Atom processor with an exciting range of products – the viliv N5 and S10 Blade, the company's latest additions, will bring the power of the Internet to the hands and pockets of delighted consumers around the world."

N5 and S10 Blade can be purchased through a variety of resellers including Amazon, Newegg,, B&H Photo, PC mall and more and will also be introduced through brick and mortar stores.

About Yukyung Technologies

Based in Korea, Yukyung Technologies is a worldwide leader in the Mobile device and communications market sector with strengths in technology development, product design, manufacturing quality, as well as solution design and implementation. Yukyung Technologies was founded in 1999 and has developed viliv brand of PMP, Navigator in 2005 and now it's one of the best and leading Mobile Internet Device Manufacturer in the world.
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