S6: BenQ Mobile Internet Device With Free Surf User Interface [BenQ UMPC]

12 July 2009 By Shashank


BenQ has unveiled a new stylish MID aimed at the busy professional users who needs Internet on the go, the new UMPC from BenQ has touch enabled 4.8 inch TFT screen with a new sleek Free-Surf user interface which makes surfing websites a breeze, add to that ability of accelerometer to scroll through websites and handy different uses, under the hood it packs Intel Atom 800 MHz processor, 512 MB RAM and 2GB SSD, it supports easy and quick web browsing out of the box.

Features of BenQ MID S6:

  • Intel Atom 800 MHz
  • Touchscreen 4.8 inch TFT Screen 800 x 480 resolution
  • 512 RAM
  • 2 GB SSD
  • 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi
  • 3.5G cellular
  • Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
  • MicroSD Card Reader
  • 1880mAH Battery
  • 1 Mini USB 2.0 port
  • Accelerometer
  • Stylus Input
  • Windows XP


MID S6 Demo Video

Overall its a nice mobile Internet device, but only 2 GB of storage is strange, though it has MicroSD for add on storage, you also might miss the normal USB port as it only comes with 1 mini USB port.

Currently it is only available in Taiwan and is selling for $424 without contract.

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pvidia says:

The iPhone may be credited as the device that first made the mobile internet a truly enjoyable user experience through its large touchscreen display, and similar handsets are being produced. But this is only one side of the move away from the desktop as the main point of contact with the web. The other side of the development will see television and the web fully converge, giving a more complete and interactive experience.

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