Samsung Q1

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Samsung Q1 Ultra UMPC

Samsung Q1 is an Ultra-Mobile PC with a 7" (18 cm) LCD and exists in several different versions.

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Samsung Q1[edit]

  • Intel Celeron M ULV (Ultra Low Voltage) 353 running at 600 MHz
  • 40 GB 1.8" Hard Drive
  • 512MB DDR2 533
  • Max memory 2GB DDR2 533
  • Mobile Intel 915GMS Express Chipset
  • 7 inch WVGA (800×480) touch screen (using finger or stylus) with software downscaling 1024*600
  • VGA port
  • Weighs 0.78 kg
  • 3-cell battery (up to 3 hours) or 6-cell battery (up to 6 hours)
  • WLAN 802.11b/g
  • LAN port 100 mbit
  • CompactFlash port Type II
  • Stereo speakers
  • Array mics
  • AVS mode using Windows XP embedded
  • Bluetooth enabled
  • Digital Multimedia Broadcasting
  • 2 USB ports

The Q1 is one of the first ultra-mobile computers (UMPC) produced under Microsoft's "Origami" project. The Q1 can boot into two different modes: typical Windows XP (OS can be replaced), and AVS mode running Windows XP Embedded. AVS mode runs in a separate partition and boots directly to a music, photo, and video player with no Windows Explorer interface. The AVS feature is unique to the Q1.

Samsung Q1 SSD[edit]

The SSD version is identical to the Q1 except that the 40 GB hard disk drive has been replaced by Samsung's 32 GB solid-state drive. At release, the SSD version was about twice as expensive as the normal Q1.

Samsung Q1b[edit]

The Q1b is Samsung's second UMPC device, with a much improved battery life and 30% brighter screen compared to the Q1. The CF port and the Ethernet port have been removed on this version. It also has a mono speaker and a single microphone.

Samsung Q1F (Pentium M)[edit]

Manufacturer Part #: NP-Q1-F000

This is almost identical to the original Q1 but with a faster 1 GHz Intel Pentium M processor (723) which enables speedstep technology for better battery usage. It is possible to buy a 6-cell battery instead of the default 3-cell to double the time on all these devices. The Pentium edition also has:

  • 1 GB DDR2 RAM
  • 60 GB Hard Drive
  • Microsoft Windows Vista

Samsung Q1 Ultra[edit]

The Ultra model runs on an 600/800 MHz Intel A100/A110 (Stealey)processor and includes dual cameras, a 40GB/60GB hard disk, HSDPA and comes installed with Microsoft Vista.[1]

All Q1U models offer a new split keyboard, 1GB of RAM (user upgradeable to 2GB), SD card slot and 1024×600 screen. A GPS accessory is also offered, which may be used with the included mapping software.[citation needed]

Samsung Q1 Ultra Premium[edit]

Uses an Intel Core Solo U1500 processor at 1330 MHz. 1GB of RAM upgradeable to 2GB.

This is the most recently released and highest performance machine in the Q1 series..

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Samsung Q1 Ultra". Samsung. 

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