Another noteworthy product is Full QWERTY keyboard and touch-screen simultaneously, the network mounts a full-scale portable device Wing (WING).
The iriver Wing is a cute little UMPC with a touchscreen and 4GB of flash storage. It’s got Wi-Fi, obviously, and supposedly is instant-on. No word on the battery life. The Bads: It runs Windows CE Pro for the OS, and the keyboard looks like it could be difficult to pound on.
Wing is multimedia features with VoIP (Internet telephony), instant messaging, webmail, widgets, including Wi-Fi network through a variety of features. The ability to work quickly through inseuteonteuon can, 4.0-inch touch screen and a QWERTY keyboard to apply WVGA, anyone can use it easily. A small notebook and similar forms of the same design, using the fold and there can always be a mobile multimedia entertainment business and satisfy both the product of two factors.
The WING features a full QWERTY keyboard and a 4-inch, 800×480 resolution touchscreen. It supports VOIP and features a web browser along with email and messaging support.
The WING is rumored to be running some version of Windows CE, which brings up an interesting comparison. Feature-wise, the WING appears to fall into the same market as the Asus EEE PC, which is - of course - running a version of Linux. What remains to be seen is whether the WING is in the same price market as the EEE PC and whether the functionality is stripped-down or is more fully featured.
Given Microsoft’s desire to compete in all segments, it’s not unreasonable to assume that the WING might be positioned as the Windows-alternative to the Linux-based Asus EEE PC.
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