Look, there are few things I love more than tiny computers. But there’s tiny, and then there’s tiny. And while the usmart Sun Power Technology mini-notebook with a 4.8 inch screen isn’t exactly the smallest computer with a QWERTY keyboard I’ve ever seen, I do have to wonder if it’s fair to call this kind of device a laptop. Because let’s be honest. If you tried to center it on your lap, it would probably just fall between your legs and people would ask you why you keep putting your hand down there to “type.”
OK, now that that’s out of the way, here’s a rundown on the specs: The device has a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 800 x 480 pixel touchscreen display (resistive or capacitive), 512MB of RAM, flash storage, and WiFi. The computer runs Windows XP.It weighs about 1.8 pounds and has a QWERTY keyboard and what looks like a directional pad instead of a touchpad. The battery is good for about 2 hours.
The keyboard is probably too small for touch-typing, but you can hold it in your hands and type with your thumbs, smartphone-style.
You can check out a video of the computer in action after the break, courtesy of charbax at ArmDevices.net.