kohjinsha sk3 day planner

Not only does the Kohjinsha SK3 7 inch UMPC with a full keyboard fit perfectly into an old fashioned day planner-style case, but Kohjinsha actually ships one with the computer. Chippy at UMPC Portal has posted a few pictures of the touchscreen convertible netbook as well as an unboxing video, which you can find after the break.

It’s an interesting concept, since you aren’t always going to want to power up your netbook to jot down an appointment or a quick note. So why not bundle the netbook with a pad of paper? It’s old school meets new. Of course, a good calendar and notes application combined with an instant-on operating system like Google Android would probably eliminate the need for pen and paper altogether.

The Kohjinsha SK3 has a 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z520 CPU, 1GB of RAM, a 60GB hard drive, a 7 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel touchscreen display, Bluetooth, WiFi, and a 3MPc camera. It weighs just 1.6 pounds and sells for about $730 in Japan.

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3 replies on “Kohjinsha SK3 unboxed, fits into a day planner case”

  1. Its a nice idea but it really needs to be instant on.

    I used to have a Windows CE Samsung Izzi Pro years ago. Just like this thing but size of a Netbook (about 10″). Of course the resolution was crap and Windows Ce was pretty weak back then but it was Instant on and I mean instant.
    Click the power button and up sprung the desktop and another click to shutdown. Perfect. If this could do that this would be almost perfect.

  2. I”ve my place in Mendoza, Argentina. I would like buy this product, but I dont know how? Please, You would can sell it? My adress e-mail is [email protected]. Thank you.

  3. A neat idea. Perhaps not useful, but “neat” anyway.
    Note: You don’t need that specific model of NetBook – –
    The “DayPlanner” people make dayplanners big enough
    to hold your desktop machine. 😉

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