XPPhone hybrid device actually runs on Windows XP

A rather unknown company called In Technology Group (ITG) has just unveiled the XPPhone, a combination between a MID and a cell phone that runs on Windows XP.

Presented as a “pocketable mobile internet terminal”, the XPPhone has a generous 4.8 inch TFT touchscreen display with 800 x 480 pixels, and a sliding QWERTY keyboard.

The ITG XPPhone weighs 400 grams (battery included) and features GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and an AMD CPU of unknown speed.

Furthermore, the hybrid device supports GSM/WCDMA, CDMA/EVDO, or TD-SCDMA/TD-HSDPA connectivity – so it could be used anywhere around the world.

Apparently, the terminal will be launched in various configurations, which should include hard drives of up to 120GBs.

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ITG didn’t say when the XPPhone would be commercially available, and neither for what price, but the company will showcase a prototype at Computex 2009.

Via UMPC Portal

Author: Ilinca Nita

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