We just love baby laptops. Those small but perfectly formed miniature PCs can't fail to have us coochie-cooing like new parents at freshly birthed offspring. The latest to have us in a paternal frenzy is the 12.1-inch Samsung Q35, which looks like the lovechild of the enormous.
Our healthy baby Q35 arrived via stork at 9.32 this morning weighing 1.9Kg. During its gestation period, Samsung said it would be the world's smallest dual-core laptop. That crown has since been snatched by the gorgeous, leather-clad, 11.1-inch, but like all good parents, we love them both, even if one is comparatively a bloater.
It uses an Intel Core Duo T2300 processor, 1.2GB of RAM, and bless it, has an 80GB hard drive and dual-layer DVD rewriter. Being so young, it hasn't developed the power of speech as yet, but it still manages to communicate using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, though only to other baby laptops -- we can't understand a word of it.
We'll take the £1,000 Q35 out for a spin in public in an attempt to impress the opposite sex with our parenting skills and come back with a full review shortly. -RR
Update: a full review of theis now live.