Admittedly, at first we did not know with certainty what it was or, ultimately, what might work specifically gadget on which we'll discuss below.
Not for nothing, and if you will excuse the redundancy, admittedly has a good design that would make us think that this is a computer, but maybe a laptop or a UMPC?
The doubts have been resolved thanks to the information that our comrades in SlashGear have offered on it.
Specifically, we face the new Itronix GoBook MR-1, an ultraportable computer developed by General Dynamics, which almost seems more a toy than anything else.
In regard to its technical characteristics have an Intel Core Solo ULV 1.2 GHz, RAM 1GB DDR2, a tiny 5.6-inch touch screen with a maximum resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and a hard disk to choose between 40 or 60GB of storage capacity, or opt for a SSD of 32 or 64GB.
It has a useful GPS receiver, and a series of very interesting connections: Bluetooth, USB, WiFi, Ethernet, and a module 1xRTT/EVDO or network support for 3G (EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA).
The price of truth that is really excessive, especially when you consider what is sadly poor in relation to its design and external appearance, neither more nor less than $ 5649.
Vía | SlashGear