The HiPAD is slightly larger than the Samsung Q1 and smaller than the average laptop. It runs Windows XP and/or WinCe 5.0 (are there even software available for WinCe 5.0?), powered by an AMD Geode LX-800 CPU, with 256MB of RAM that can be upgraded to a max of 1GB. There’s a 20GB HDD, a 10.4-inch display, Wireless, DMB and HSDPA. The HiPAD is lightweight and equally light on the features. I’m betting that this won’t hit stateside, and will be available in Korea.
HiPDA, the Multi OS, DMB and HSDPA Tablet [via Akihabaranews]