CeBIT: JBJ UMPC With VIA C7-M-Processor

Posted: Mar 10 2006, 2:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:18pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices


CeBIT: JBJ UMPC with VIA C7-M-Processor
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With the UMPCs introduced by Asus, Samsung and Founder yesterday, another Origami-PC got sighted on VIA's exhibition booth. It is called “Smart Caddie” and comes from the Japanese manufacturer PBJ. Smart Caddie uses Via’s C7-M CPU ULV with 1GHz, which accordingly to VIA, competes directly with Pentium M (Centrino platform).

The chipset VN800 with integrated S3 graphics and the South Bridge VT8237R also come from VIA. Data is stored on a 2.5” hard drive. Integrated are also WLAN and Bluetooth. Battery life is about 2.5 hours.

Asus, Samsung and Founder use the Intel Celeron M ULV with 900 MHz in their UMPCs. More details on the Heise article (German).

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