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.
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
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