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UMID mbook M1 MID lands at Dynamism from $599

UMID mbook M1 MID lands at Dynamism from $599

Importer Dynamism have announced that they will be selling the matte black version of UMID's mbook M1 MID, with preorders kicking off today and deliveries expected to begin from August 25th.  The compact clamshell has a 4.8-inch 1,024 x 600 touchscreen, together with the same Intel Atom Z520 1.33GHz processor as in Viliv's popular S5 and X70 MIDs, and will retail from $599.

UMID mbook M1 32GB and 32GB/black/3G MIDs coming June

UMID mbook M1 32GB and 32GB/black/3G MIDs coming June

Fresh UMID mbook M1 news this week, with both the range of importers set to double (yes, to two) and the range of models to increase, including the long-awaited integrated-3G version of the MID.  Dynamism have confirmed that they'll be offering the M1 from $599 from June 15th; meanwhile, existing importer Justek have revealed that they've a shipment of all-black models with integrated 3G also expected in June.

UMID M1 mBook spotted in all-black; new DisplayLink port replicator

UMID M1 mBook spotted in all-black; new DisplayLink port replicator

The UMID M1 mBook's keyboard prompted no small amount of discussion among MID-lovers, primarily as to whether it was of sufficient size for reasonable typing.  We even recorded our own typing video demo to get a better idea.  Simmering in the background, though, was a more aesthetic concern: UMID's decision to pair every case color with the same white keyboard.  Now, the company has seemingly listened to reason, and offered up an all-black version of the M1 mBook.

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UMID M1 mbook reviewed: great mobile comms device

UMID M1 mbook reviewed: great mobile comms device

Despite all our hands-on time with the UMID M1 mbook, we've never had long enough to decide finally whether it's a triumph of miniaturization or a scale-down step too far.  MID Moves took the 4.8-inch mobile internet device to SXSW, comparing it to a number of other MIDs and UMPCs along the way, and despite some qualms about build quality and just how much long-term use you could make of the keyboard they're impressed.

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