Qi NanoNote Offers Linux-Based Mini Handheld Laptop at $99
If you’ll look at the pictures of this Qi NanoNote Linux-based “handheld laptop”, you might think that it’s another mini netbook. But after knowing that this baby has a 3-inch (320×240) display, then you’d realize that it can actually be a PMP or perhaps a Nintendo DS.
But don’t let its size fool you. The NanoNote is actually running on Linux OS, has a 336MHz XBurst JZ4720 CPU 32MB of RAM, 2GB of Flash storage and microSD card slot.
Talk about being “ultra-compact” eh? But honestly, I really could think of a better use for this device and reason to get it instead of an iPod or other smartphone. But if you’re into this kind of thing, well you can grab the Qi NanoNote for $99.
For that price you’d get the following specs:
- CPU: 336MHz Xburst Jz4720 (MIPS compatible)
- RAM: 32MB
- Storage: 2GB flash storage
- Display: 3″ color 320 x 240 TFT display
- Expansion: microSD card slot, Mini-USB port
- Other: mic, speaker, headphone jack
- Dimensions: 99 x 75 x 17.5
- Battery: 850mAh Li-ION