The devices aren’t identical (the one on the right is actually Menlow-based), but the similarities are pretty uncanny.
I couldn’t find any specs for the Shift-alike, but there are OK and back buttons, a fingerprint scanner, and a speaker on the right side of the display and a control pad, what could be a camera, and another speaker on the left side. The keyboard, though not pretty, looks quite usable.
Here are the specs for the Q1 Ultra look-alike:
||1.86GHz Intel Silverthorne (Poulsbo chipset)|
|RAM:||512MB, 1GB DDR2 SDRAM (533MHz)|
|OS:||Windows Vista, Embedded XP, Linux|
|Storage:||30GB, 60GB HDD|
|Display:|| 4.8” touchscreen (1024 x 600) with V2 (vivid video)
technology for a "feeling of HD-quality display"
|Wireless:||802.11b/g wi-fi, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS (SiRF Star 3),
optional WAN (HSDPA/WiBro/WiMAX)
|Camera:||Front (videoconferencing) and back (photos)|
||Removable, up to 7 hours video playback|
Viliv is well aware of its obvious design inspiration too, as the Q1 Ultra’s 4.5-hour battery life is listed in that UMPC chart hanging above the unit.