Have you been looking for the perfect small laptop that is truly mobile? Are you sick of going back and forth between your desktop and Palm or Blackberry? Now, there is the perfect solution for your synchronization crazyness: the ultramobile PC.
There are three tiny PCs that have been released that are worth mentioning:
1. OQO Model 02: Weighs under 1lb and can truly fit in your pocket. It features EVDO mobile broadband which means you can be on the Internet from anywhere. It also has the standard Wi-Fi for home or office networks and an easy-to-type keyboard. At $1,850, this ultramobile PC leads the pack with its easy of use and durability.
2. Sony Vaio VGN-UX390N: As always with Sony, you will find many cool gadgets on this need breed, including: 2 built-in cameras, fingerprint reader, 32GB memory drive (SSD technology that is faster and more durable than a regular hard drive), Edge cellular technology (Internet from anywhere), Wi-Fi, and the sharpest and brightest screen of the three. The Sony tops the market at $2,500 and is worth it for its features if you can manage reading small text.
3. Samsung Q1P SSD: Samsung changes things up by providing an on-screen keyboard instead of the typical mini keyboard on the others. You may also use handwriting recognition which works pretty well. An option is to plug in a USB keyboard if you want to flex your typing skills. It also has a 32GB memory card. Only Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are available (no internal wireless for anywhere Internet access). It lists at $2,000 and although bulkier than the rest does provide an easy USB keyboard for typing.