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DEMO 2021: Vulcan FlipStart Pocket PC for WinXP, Second Coming
Everyone remembers the last release of the concept design of the µPC OQO pocket computer running Windows XP, which had sunk into oblivion, disappeared from the field of view of the venerable public for almost a year and a half and emerged as an almost finished mass product at CES2021. Much the same thing happened with the FlipStart miniature computer, originally known as miniPC: for the first time, we heard about this baby, developed in the bowels of Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft Vulcan, back in January 2021, during the days of CES 2021. Since then, there has been no rumor about miniPC. And finally, on the eve of the DEMO 2021 conference, the first public demonstration of this miniature PC took place.
Why we remembered another miniature computer in connection with the FlipStart PC ? µPC OQO? It’s very simple, both developments have a lot in common. Both models (however, for the complete set, we can also mention micro-PCs developed by Antelope Technologies) are full-featured computers running Windows XP, have full-fledged QWERTY keyboards, a set of wireless (including Bluetooth) and wired interfaces. The diagonal of the µPC OQO and FlipStart screens is similar ? respectively, 5 and 5.6 inches, roughly comparable in size ? 124.5 x 86.4 x 22.9 mm and 148 x 101 x 26, and also weights – 400 and 450 grams.
Both models are equipped with a 1 GHz processor, however, unlike the µPC OQO, where the Transmeta Crusoe TM5800 will definitely be used, the manufacturer and brand of the chip are not indicated in the concept from Vulcan. The main reason for this is not the uncertainty of the developers, but a completely different reason: as you know, the Vulcan company is a patent research institution, and intends to sell only the very idea of the concept, but not engage in its implementation.
Both models also come with 256MB of RAM, but that’s where the similarities end. Despite the fact that the µPC OQO is equipped with a 30 GB hard drive, the Vulcan model is slightly smaller, 20 GB, the screen of the latter has a resolution of 1024 x 600 (versus 800 x 480 for OQO), and instead of a slide-out keyboard in the case of OQO, FlipStart has a folding “laptop” design.
In addition, the FlipStart concept is equipped with a discrete 3D graphics chip with 8 MB of memory, a USB 2 port.0, built-in 1.3MP digital camera, integrated 802.11b / g Wi-Fi adapter.
The LID Module (Low-Power Interactive Display), located on the lid of the computer and, in fact, which is an integrated PDA, allows you to run Microsoft Office Outlook, an email client, a list of contacts and reminders, an MP3 file player in economy mode. FlipStart plug-in miniature port replicator provides additional Ethernet (10/100 Mbps), USB 2 ports.0, VGA and NTSC outputs, audio interface, as well as connecting external drives and optical drives. All this is completed by a luxurious filling of a lithium-polymer battery, the power of which is sufficient for 2 – 3 hours of autonomous work and up to a day ? in economy mode.
Needless to say, a dream, not a PC: lightweight, pocket-sized, running a full-fledged OS. Well, such trifles as the absence of a CardBus / CF slot, in principle, could be closed. If… if FlipStart was preparing for release by at least one company. Alas, unlike the aforementioned µPC OQO, which is already available for pre-order and will retail closer to September, the FlipStart concept has yet to win the hearts of manufacturers and their sponsors…