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Samsung Q1

Samsung's Q1 is an example of a new class of computer -- the Ultra Mobile PC, or UMPC. Dreamed up by Intel and Microsoft, and first seen as real working hardware at the <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/notebooks/0,39023985,39256659,00.htm">CeBIT</a> show in Hanover in March, UMPCs slot in between handhelds on the one hand and full-size Tablet PCs on the other. Two other companies, Asus and Founder, have announced Ultra Mobile PCs, but the Samsung Q1 -- which will be available from 1 June at £680.81 (ex. VAT; £799.95 inc. VAT) -- is the first to arrive for review at ZDNet UK.
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