Korean Manufacturer UMID has stuffed tons of components into this tiny handheld computer. I have never seen anything quite like it. This netbook has it all but the kitchen sink in there. It's all powered by an Intel Atom processor, with 1GB RAM, and SSD storage up to 32GB. It also includes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wireless Broadband (Korean), digital TV receiver, WiMAX, and HSDPA. The screen resolution is 1024x600, great for running Windows Vista, XP, or even Linux.
A stylus for the touch screen is hidden under the keyboard for easy access. The keyboard is ultra compact with tiny buttons that serve multiple functions. If you can type on Blackberry or iPhone you should have no problem. But for the rest of us with caveman thumbs we might want to stick with the mega-sized notebooks. More info to come, hopefully we will see this mini netbook in the states sometime soon.