Samsung Pocket PCs Bemidji MN

Samsung pocket PCs allow users to stay connected to the Internet wherever and whenever with the convenience of a small device with all the capabilities of a laptop. Continue reading to learn more about Samsung pocket PCs and get information on local companies and providers that will help you in your search.

OfficeMax
(218) 751-6258
2030 Paul Bunyan Dr. N.W.
Bemidji, MN
Hours
M-F 8-9, Sa 9-7, Su 11-6*

Arlington Computer Products
(952) 846-4862
1230 E 115th St
Burnsville, MN
 
Transactions Inc the Accounting Solu
(763) 241-7873
15830 Andrie St NW
Anoka, MN
 
Anklam Robert
(952) 431-7992
8435 137th St W
Saint Paul, MN
 
Saturn Business Systems Inc
(952) 851-7020
2950 Metro Dr Ste 104
Minneapolis, MN
 
Cokem International Ltd
(763) 545-4500
865 Xenium Ln N
Minneapolis, MN
 
Topdesk Applications & Development
(651) 644-9456
1744 Hubbard Ave
Saint Paul, MN
 
Skyward Inc
(320) 259-6115
868 3rd St S
Waite Park, MN
 
Creative Vision Technologies in
(763) 478-6446
2950 Xenium Ln N
Minneapolis, MN
 
Programming Solutions Inc
(763) 424-8154
9000 Telford Xing
Minneapolis, MN
 

The UMPC Evolution: Samsung's Q1 Ultra

The UMPC Evolution: Samsung’s Q1 Ultra

Two years ago a cover story in Smartphone and Pocket PC magazine introduced the UMPC, and Samsung’s Q1 was the first to make it to market. At the end of the article, I asked if the new UMPC would replace the Pocket PC, or whether it would even survive as a platform. Samsung’s second generation device shows that the developers have been paying attention to user feedback. The new Q1 has impressive improvements that make it an attractive computing choice. Recently, at the Consumer Electronics Show, I observed several second generation entries and that more manufacturers were coming out with new models. Apparently the UMPC is gaining a significant foothold as a viable platform and computing alternative.

Outside: first impressions

First impressions and appearances reveal significant differences in the new Q1 compared to the original version. Perhaps most noticeable immediately is the QWERTY keyboard split on either side of the screen near the top. On the left is a joystick with mouse and Internet control buttons. On the right, is the navigation panel with an enter button, and below that are left and right mouse button keys.

Viewing the same seven inch screen is a more pleasurable experience now because instead of the 800 x 600 resolution, it has been bumped up to 1024 x 600 eliminating most sideways scrolling.

Another new feature is the fingerprint scanner on the lower left corner of the front panel. Instead of no camera on the first Q1, there are now two cameras, one in front, one in back.

Along the top, above the screen to the left are a series of indicators for power, battery, and wireless connections. On the left is a bank of four buttons for volume, and a menu for various system controls, and a handy UDF or user defined button. There are dual microphone pinholes at the bottom of the screen. A button that activates the camera is on the top right.

Gone is the CF port replaced by a standard SD card slot on the top of the unit accompanied by a 3.5 mm earphone jack and USB port. On the left is a lanyard connector, an AV Station button, and a locking power slider.

On the right side is the power input and a removable cover housing LAN, USB, and VGA ports. On the bottom right corner you will find the stylus silo. On the backside, there is a battery cover latch and a foldout stand.

Inside

Samsung has improved what’s under the hood too with more hunk and computer power by installing an Intel Core2 Duo ultra low voltage 800 MHz processor and one GB of RAM. Unfortunately, the review model I received came loaded with XP, but it will start shipping with Vista in the second quarter of 2008.

The LCD 7 inch WSVGA screen is set to 1024 x 600. For audio it offers H/P out, stereo speakers (1.5 x 2) and array mic.

It sports an 8mm, 1.8 inch, 60 GB hard drive for built-in memory plus a standard SD expansion card slot.

The wireless s...

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