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One of the most highly anticipated MIDs/UMPCs to be released this year is the Viliv S5 Premium, a compact Atom-based device that packs a 60GB hard drive, 4.8-inch haptic touchscreen (1024 x 600), WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS into a truly pocketable unit that weighs less than a pound. Priced at just $599 at Dynamism, the S5 Premium runs Windows XP Home and features stellar battery life, HD video playback out of the box, and exceptional build quality.



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1.33GHz Intel Atom Z520

RAM: 1GB DDR2

OS: Windows XP Home
Storage: 60GB HDD
Display: 4.8†touchscreen (1024 x 600) with haptic feedback

Wireless: 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, GPS

Size: 6.1" x 3.3" x 0.96"
Weight: 0.9 lbs. with battery
whole review here: http://www.pocketables.net/2009/04/r...5-premium.html

 

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Originally Posted by M3T4LM4N222 View Post
I think the s5 and s7 have been out for awhile.
yeah this review was done in april
 

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Viliv launched S5 Series,4.8" Mobile Internet Device with Window XP OS, touch screen and GPS built in on July 8.

Japan on July 27, 2009 - viliv (Yukyung Technologies Corporation)- The product, viliv S5 Series launching sales hike to over 2,000 units sold.

Viliv S5 Series uses faster speed SSD (Solid State Driver) which enables not only up to 7 hours video playback but faster running Windows XP based applications than most net books.

Even before viliv S5 Series was launched to Japan, there have been explosive and blazing responses and interest from major portals and IT media such as Yahoo Japan, MSN Japan, PC Watch, ITmedia, Infoseek, Excite, Aski as well as rising interests from users.

There had been some devices of viliv found in Japan, most likely brought from Hong Kong, Korea and USA. However as viliv S5 Series adopts Japanese version of Window OS, Japanese keyboard and favorable GSP software compatibility test was done, through these kinds of preliminary preparations for Japanese market and Japanese users' favor of small sized devices, viliv satisfies Japanese users.

"During the 20 days launching sales event of viliv S5 Series in Japan, more than 2,000 units have been sold until the last day of the launching event, July 27, 2009" stated Dr. Seung-Jin Yoo, Executive Vice President of Yukyung Technologies. "viliv is already prepared to start mobile broadband capable devices which can work in the UQ Communication's Wimax network and HSPA 3G of MVNO for NTT Docomo. We are very excited about the fast growth of viliv in Japan through our launching sales, but when these 3G and 4G capable devices are introduced, viliv's sales revenue will ramp up much higher very soon."
source: http://www.myviliv.com/eng/board/not..._item=0&idx=91
 
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