Import Gods Dynamism have put up their pre-order page for the headline-making Kohjinsha SA1 - the ultra-portable convertible tablet PC which packs an AMD Geode LX800 processor, 512mb of RAM, a choice of 40gb or 80gb hard-drives, WiFi, Bluetooth, a full QWERTY keyboard and 7-inch screen into an 8.6×6.4×1.0 inch, 960g chassis. Available in early December, the two models are priced at $999 for the 40gb and $1,249 for the 80gb (is it just me or is that a bloody big jump?). An upgrade to 1gb of RAM is $199.
While I was there, I noticed the Flybook VM - a curious looking notebook with a telescopic neck that raises the 12.1-inch widescreen up to eye-level. Available for pre-order now, with delivery expected in December, the VM range starts at $2,899 for a 1.66GHz Intel Core Duo powered machine with 30GB HD, 1GB RAM and DVD-CD-R running WinXP Pro. It's available in silver, red, black and yellow.
More photos of both after the cut.