Call it the Willcom D4 or call it the Sharp WSO16SH. Either way call it interesting. Jenn at Pocketables has put together a nice review of this Atom device running Windows Vista. This device has attracted a lot of attention due to its small size and supposed power. Jenn actually thinks it runs Vista satsifactorily but notes that is a subjective opinion. The knock this little pocketable device gets is battery life and Jenn recommends the extended battery otherwise you’re looking at less than an hour of runtime, which in this day and age seems self defeating. With the extended battery in limited testing she comes up with 2 hours and 50 minutes.
There’s not a base she doesn’t cover. So check out the full review here.
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