Viliv is set to bring the N5 "mobile internet device", which we got our hands on earlier this year, to CES 2010.
– Exclusive: T3 unboxes the Vilv N5
With a 4.8-inch screen size and full qwerty keyboard, the N5 is essentially a miniature netbook with GPS that fits into the palm of your hand.
It boasts the same Atom processor seen in a VAIO P-series, which looks chubby by comparison.
This is the kind of device that tablets will have to compete with in 2010, so we’ll be interested in seeing how this device compares with the likes of Dell’s android tablet.
– T3’s predictions for CES 2010
Viliv is also bringing a much larger “mobile internet device” to CES called the S10 Blade: a 10-inch HD netbook with multi-touch display.
CES 2010 just gets better every day.
Link: Viliv (via Engadget)