Korean company TG (Trigem) unveils its latest LLUON Mobbit PS400 MID device, scheduled to be released somewhere in January 2009 for 600,000 won ($405). The new LLUON packs an Intel Atom Z520 processor, together with a 4.8-inch 1,024 x 600 touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, 2MP camera, T-DMB tuner, WiFi / WiMax (WiBro) connectivity and either 16GB SSD drive or 30GB HDD storage to choose from. The good news are those impressive specs, provided inside the machine, carrying a reasonable price tag which sets a new line that resembles the netbooks family. The “bad” ones – we have no clue either this advanced UMPC is going to land Stateside at all. Meanwhile, checkout the specs after the break.
Update: The LLUON Mobbit MID is finally out for sale, available for about $490 in case you choose the WiBro version with a compelling 18 months subscription, or $560 in case you dismiss the Wibro connectivity and stay with the original (and impressive) specs.
-CPU: Intel Atom 1.33GHz (Z520)
-LCD: 4.8-inch WSVAG (1,024 x 6,000), touchscreen
-RAM: DDR2 533MHz 1GB
-HDD: 1.3-inch HDD 30GB (or SSD 16GB)
-Connection: Wimax (WiBro), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
-OS: Windows XP Home Edition
-Supports T-DMB (Mobile TV)
-Size: 166 x 88 x 21mm