If UMPC devices still have a small room in your heart, after been kicked out by those netbook creatures, then Chinese company OWL has a new machine to offer. It is the iMpc A10, which pretends to resemble a pc unit by name (“”I’m a PC”), but turns to be more of a bulky UMPC device with a 5.6-inch 800 x 480 touchscreen, a 1.2GHz VIA C7 processor, 16GB SSD drive, 1GB of RAM, a webcam, 802.11b/g wifi connection and battery that can deliver up to 5 working hours – pretty impressive if we have to admit – although 2,999 yuan ($440) can easily fix us with a nice netbook monster.

[via pocketables]

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