SD card slot, good build quality with high quality buttons and synaptics mouse pointer. Features of the Kohjinsha SA1 touchscreen edition Ultra Mobile PC At this time, LED-backlit screens tend to be found on high-end machines and offer brighter, more even lighting while reducing power consumption. Speaking of connectivity, the Kohjinsha is certainly generous in that aspect. Mpeg-4 Video performance is especially good with 2mbps bitrates possible. SD card slot, good build quality with high quality buttons and synaptics muse pointer. Kohjinsha SA1 shock-resist case solution.
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Kohjinsha SA1 shock-resist case solution.
Samsung Q1 Ultra Premium7. Though not as long-lasting as the Everun, it’s a reasonable tradeoff for its larger 7-inch screen. The mouse is a konjinsha dissapointing its not a synaptics pointer but more of a basic joystick and the keyboard will take a lot of work to get used to.
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GearDiary reiew of the SA1. Internet and Browsing Tips: Amtek T7. We got around 2 hours 30 minutes of entertainment before the unit cried out for a charge. Kohjinsha E8 launch news.
We tried Microsoft OfficeGIMP photo-editing software and several other productivity tools with acceptable performance.
Even the highly regarded Raon Digital Everun demanded a few hundred dollars more. Music is piped out from a pair of stereo speakers under the screen. Battery life is in the hours range and WIFI performance is very good.
Screen quality is good and the mouse pointer is very intuitive. Even DivX videos of up to 2MB bitrates on the GOM player were rendered surprisingly smoothly, while some users claim to have enjoyed older titles like Starcraft on the Kohjinsha.
This disparity sw1 due to the ridiculously large border around the SA1’s display.
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To give you an idea of just how portable this package is, some users have found that they can use a Bree paper organizer as a pouch for this UMPC the included slipcase is crap. Like the LifeBook, the Kohjinsha is a convertible tablet PC which uses a touchscreen rather than an active digitizer display.
Not a big issue as we can easily use a fingernail for cursor control. The only choke point we discovered was trying to stream YouTube videos from the site, though by reducing the quality from high to low makes it run a lot smoother. Instead of keys, the SA1 goes with a volume jog dial that can be clicked to mute the speakers.
On a happier note, open source supporters will be glad to know that Linux drivers are available at Kohjinsha’s Web site. First owner reviews and comments.
The Kohjinsha has quite a number of dedicated controls, most of them used to replicate a mouse. If you find the 7-inch screen too small, the monitor out port can support external displays.
The touchpad is proportionate in size to the rest of the machine and surprisingly responsive. Cell phone accessories Reviews: Weighing under 1kg, it needs just x mm of desk space and has a thickness of First 24hrs with kohijnsha Kohjinsha. Keyboard testing and size notes from Carrypad tests.
Pocketables reviews the Kohjinsha SA1. We found the kohjinaha controls useful, especially when we were transiting from daylight to shade. Dell Mini 10 hi-res display. Though it is a convertible tablet PC, we found it strange that the rotate feature was disabled.