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Viliv S7 UMPC's Battery Life Tested in Korea

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Viliv's latest UMPC offering, the S7, has just been spotted in Korea. A couple of people tested out the battery life of this UMPC, but before I go through that I'll briefly go through the specs of this UMPC. So the Viliv S7 has: a 7-inch swiveling touchscreen with a 1,024 x 600 resolution, an Intel Atom CPU, runs on Windows XP, and is said to have a battery long enough to last 9.5 hours. After the battery life testings took place, these were the results below.

  • Video playback: 6 hours, 13 minutes (DivX, 720 x 400, 1.64Mbps, wireless off, max screen brightness); 7 hours, 28 minutes (XviD, 640 x 480, 1.64Mbps, wireless off, mid screen brightness)
  • Korea@Home distributed processing: 5 hours, 45 minutes (WiFi on, max screen brightness)
  • DMB viewing: 6 hours, 50 minutes (full-screen, wireless off, mid screen brightness)

Clearly, the battery didn't last 9.5 hours, but they're decent enough to last for a majority of your day. If you want to check out a full spec sheet of the Viliv S7 UMPC, take a peek at this link, via Pocketables Products.



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