The UMID mBook BZ is smaller than a typical netbook, yet it features netbook-like parts including a 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z515 processor, a solid state disk, Windows 7, and a 1024 x 600 pixel display. But unlike a typical netbook, the mBook BZ’s display is just 4.8 inches. The entire mini-notebooks measures just 6.3″ x 3.8″ x 0.75″, and the QWERTY keyboard is probably easier for most people to use with their thumbs than all ten fingers.
If you’ve been wondering how UMID managed to cram so much computer into such a small space, the FCC is here to help. Wireless Goodness spotted an FCC listing for the UMID mBook BZ which was posted late last year. It includes a user manual, some external shots of the mBook BZ, and a series of photos of the computer’s innards.
The mainboard is quite compact, but it still makes room for a USB port, memory, and flash storage as well as a wireless chip that handles 802.11b/g and Bluetooth connectivity.