Intel has been on quite the concept kick recently. The once chips-only manufacturer has been branching out as of late, releasing a bunch of exciting concept PCs that look a cut above the mundane offerings from the rest of the Windows-based world. The latest offering showed up at Taiwan’s Computex convention, and it’s a pretty darn good looking UMPC. The Intel "Donley" as it has been codenamed, is a small affair. It clocks in with just 5" of screen real estate. The diminutive touch screen is augmented, however, by a spiffed out rotating keyboard with a full QWERTY layout. "Donley" (has sort of a nice ring to it, no?) rounds out the spec sheet with integrated Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS, and WWAN connectivity. Before you start drooling too savagely, this is only a concept. Sadly.