Samsung rolled out today a couple of new ultra mobile personal computers to expand its line of Q1U models. These new configurations are known as the Q1UP-V and Q1U-CMXP, and both are priced around $1,500.
Samsung had this to say of the Q1UP-V and Q1U-CMXP, which are both available now. “The Q1U-CMXP maximizes connectivity with integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, 10/100 BaseTX, and an integrated HSDPA 3G cellular modem supporting the AT&T Broadband Connect network. With unsurpassed wired and wireless connection options, the Q1U-CMXP provides ubiquitous communications regardless of one’s location via the AT&T nationwide cellular network. In addition, the model boasts the same specifications as the industry standard Q1 Ultra XP model launched in May of 2007.
The Q1UP-V with Microsoft Vista Business is designed for the commercial market, as well as those individuals that travel frequently, by delivering a high performance PC in a small form combined with enhanced features, extended battery life, and superior text entry thanks to the V1.5 split-QWERTY key caps. Fueled by an ultra fast 1.33 GHz Intel Core Solo U1500 Pentium ultra low voltage CPU and 2 GB of system memory, these components significantly enhance support for Microsoft Vista Business. The Q1UP-V pushes the Q1 Ultra Premium to the next level. Moreover, the Q1UP-V has integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, and 10/100 BaseTX providing users with various wired and wireless connectivity options, delivering a high-performance mobile computing solution that offers full PC functionality in an ultra-light package weighing under two pounds. Powering this premiere UMPC platform is a 6-cell, 57.7 watt Lithium-Ion polymer battery that provides up to seven hours of battery life for extended, continuous usage.”