The two UPS boxes:
Sorry about the crappy picture quality, but here are the two units side by side. The plastic thing on the left is actually a removable cover/protector for the LCD screen! Both units came with them of course.
Check out how thin it is:
Here's my Nokia 8290 next to it to show you how small the footprint is:
Here it is connecting to a dial-up ISP:
Here's a site via 56K dial-up. The OS is a stripped down version of Linux running GNOME for its GUI:
The keyboard is wireless with a built-in trackball on the (top right):
The picture quality of the screen is surprisingly clear for a dual-scan LCD. Its not good enough for watching movies, but I never planned on doing that anyway. :) It looks kind of flushed in the picture, but trust me, its not. The crappy digital camera makes it look bad. The picture above showing 3rdgen.org's main page shows you how clear the image is.
Earphone jack, microphone jack, modem light, power light, contrast dial, and volume dial:
For those of you that missed the auction before, there's one going right now at uBid:
I didn't crack it open yet, but I removed the little gray, plastic panels from the side of the unit. The IDE connector was clearly visible.
The unit closes like a laptop too. It closes backwards (when compared to a laptop), so the LCD is pointing up in its closed position, but it has the plastic protector screen, so scratching the screen while moving it around isn't a concern