The REAL Windows 7 on a smartphone

Beh~ so your phone can run Android, WP7? Your phone can run Ubuntu? Windows 95? Well this little baby beast can run Windows 7, within 3 seconds!

Is it the first smartphone that come equipped with dual boot OS? I’m not so sure about it as I don’t lurk the internet so very often, but it is “the world’s smallest PC” to date. The only question now is that, will it run minecraft? *grin*

Jump in and let’s see the specs of this baby beast which I trust many of you tech savvy are looking forward too. Oh not forgetting some youtube videos of it in action as well šŸ™‚

How about some youtube video while drooling down the specs below…

Processor : 1.2GHz Intel Atom Z600 CPU (with Hyper-Threading)
RAM : 1GB LPDDR400 RAM
Storage : 32GB eMMC SSD (MicroSD card slot)
Display : 4-inch SVGA (1024 x 600) LCD touchscreen capacitive display
Camera : 5.1-megapixel (back), 0.3-megapixel VGA (front)
Connectivity : GPS, Wifi, Bluetooth, Infra-Red, GSM, HSPA (3G)
Operating system : Symbian (version???) & Windows 7
Features : Slide out hardware QWERTY keyboard, trackball
Accessories : Cradle which supports USB and HDMI
Size and Weight : 125x61x19.8mm, 218 grams (rather bulky, but hey it’s a PC!)

Sadly this unit is only available for use in Japan only (as what GSMArena says, “it’s a Japan only gadget”).

However, I don’t think it will be that long before someone create a worldwide version of it. If so, it should cost around RM3010 (or more) if it hits Malaysia. For that price, I can just buy myself a small real laptop, and a decent phone perhaps…

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