Last week, some slides showing a successor to Samsung’s Q1 Ultra-Mobile PC dubbed the Q2 leaked out. As Engadget reports, the company has now unveiled a new UMPC called the Q1 Ultra, which looks pretty much exactly like the so-called Q2 that was pictured in the aforementioned slides. The device has an 800MHz processor and a price tag that will reportedly range from $1,300 to $2,000. Otherwise, the Q2 runs Windows Vista, and it sports a tiny keyboard split into two halves, one on either side of the display.
Engadget hasn’t confirmed any of the final specs, but the Q2 slides from last week said the system would feature two integrated cameras (with 0.3- and 1.3-megapixel resolutions), a 1024×600 display, and support for High Speed Downlink Packet Access, WiBro, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, and 10/100Mbps Ethernet connectivity. The Q2 was also said to have as many as 6.5 hours of run time thanks to an extended battery.