Years ago, the ultra-portable PDAs were the next big thing, though the appeal of these gadgets faded with time. Dynamism has come up with a similar looking device, Highton MI15. The device boasts of being an ultra-small PC running on 32-bit Windows 7 Home Premium powered by Intel Atom Z515 1.2GHz CPU. The most impressive part of the gadget is its slide-out and then flip-up display. The 5-inches WSVGA touchscreen is capable of 1024x600 resolution and sits perfectly above the keyboard. Accompanying on the edges is a set of controls that will help you navigate through Windows.
It comes with an in-built 1GB DDR2 RAM and boards Huawei's 3G modem with HSPA/UMTS 850/900/1900/2100MHz frequency support to keep you connected to internet.With the overall dimensions of 178 x 85 x 26.5mm and weight just below 1 pound, it is quite an ultra-portable to keep you engaged in case you're on a long journey. The 2600mAh Li-Ion battery shouldn't let you down soon enough for moderate use though its 0.3MP webcam is not much of a crowd pleaser. You can extend the external memory up to 16GB and the device also has a USB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Though it doesn't come for cheap and you'll have to shell out $949 to own one. Given to the factor that the 11-inches Macbook Air is priced only touch above it, the competition seems to be tough for it.