These pictures show the PsiXpda pocket computer, produced by a UK firm of the same name. The device, which weighs just 430g, runs Windows XP and has similar specifications to a netbook, but is smaller - about the size of a portable media player (PMP).
This picture shows the device open, showing the Qwerty keypad with a USB memory stick in the shot to demonstrate scale. The 5in screen is touch sensitive, but there is also a trackpad built into the bezel on the right, and two mouse buttons on the left.
The second photo shows the device closed up - the screen folds flat so that the PsixPda can be used like a miniature tablet, with input by either fingertip or a small supplied stylus similar to that of a smartphone.
A full review of the PsiXpda will be posted to the main V3.co.uk site in the near future.
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