“Ultra Mobile PC” is a category of small form factor PCs. The UMPC is a joint effort of companies like Microsoft, Intel, and Samsung. These systems have a 7-inch touchscreen and run standard operating systems like Windows XP or Linux. They feature a processor consuming low power (Intel Celeron M, Core Solo, or VIA C7-M). Typical specifications are 1 GB RAM, USB 2.0 ports, and hard disks ranging from 30 to 160 GB. Some UMPCs available in the market are the Nokia N800, Samsung Q1, OQO, and the Asus Eee PC.