Samsung SPH-P9200 ultra-UMPC details break cover

Chris Davies - Oct 9, 2007, 1:48 pm CDT

Samsung’s SPH-P9000 UMPC grabbed hearts and attention at the end of last year bringing a new level of twisty, bendy, foldable loveliness to the ultraportable table.  Now their follow-up, the SPH-P9200, has broken cover – it might look pretty sparse on specs, but the low-voltage VIA processor should manage some decent battery life.  Chippy over at UMPC Portal has managed to dig up the user manual [pdf link] and of course there’s a video (after the cut) of the device in action at GITEX 2007.


Ignore the processor and take a look at the networking options – HSDPA, WiFi and WiBro – and imagine yourself playing on your lovely UMPC wherever your heart leads you.  I’m really looking forward to getting my hands on one!

  • Via C7-M processor

  • 512MB RAM

  • 30GB hard drive

  • Windows XP Home edition.

  • Standard battery (20Whr, 2-2.5hours)

  • Extended battery (40whr, up to 5 hours)

  • Camera, 1.3mp

  • Wifi, Wibro and HSDPA

  • SIM card slot.

  • 15 pin accessory port (unclear. Could be for headset, dongles)

  • Port replicator (2xUSB, power, LAN, VGA)

  • 5″ 800×480 screen (and higher res interpolated modes)

  • Deluxe Launcher with enhanced systems tray.

  • Includes Samsung MyPen software.

  • Icon lens and MyZoom software

  • Optical joystick (and mouse buttons)

[via Ultramobile Life, UMPC Portal and GottaBeMobile]

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