In addition to the upcoming Menlow-based Hanbit Pad, Hanbit is also reusing its Pepper Pad 3 (PP3) hardware to come out with a UMPC running Windows XP. The uncreatively named Hanbit Windows XP Ultra Mobile PC will have a larger hard drive and more RAM than the PP3, but otherwise it’ll be exactly the same. Nothing but specs from the promo material below.
||AMD Geode LX800|
|Storage:||30GB to 60GB HDD (1.8" 4200rpm)|
|Memory:||Up to 1GB DDR2 SDRAM|
|OS:||Windows XP Home/Pro/Tablet/Embedded|
|Display:||7" LCD touchscreen (800 x 480)|
|Wireless:||802.11b/g WEP/WPA, Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, dual consumer
IR emitters and receiver
||USB 2.0 (host), mini USB 2.0, stereo headphone, mono
microphone, composite video-out
|Battery:||7.4V 3800mAh lithium polymer, up to 3 hours runtime|
|Size:||11.4" x 5.9" x 0.9"
|Colors:||Black, pink, white|
The split keypad, which is one of the best thumboards ever created, will be impossible to use in portrait mode.