The ITG xpPhone 2 is set for a January 2012 debut. This hunk of hardware is a full QWERTY phone, will run Windows Phone 7 to begin with and then be bumped to Windows Phone 8 whenever that is released.
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Acer W4 Smartphone at the IFA 2011 [Windows Phone 7, 1GHz Single-Core CPU, 8GB Storage, 5MP Camera, DLNA]
The Acer W4 handset made an appearance at the IFA, it runs Windows Phone 7 a.k.a Mango and is powered by a 1GHz processor. The smartphone has a 3.5-inch screen. The specs are pretty basic and utilitarian but two aspects do stand out. The W4 has DLNA and can serve as a media remote app; [...]
Samsung Series 7 700T Tablet at the IFA 2011 [Windows 7, 11.6-inch, WiFi, 3G thru SIM, Swype, 64GB SSD]
In continuing with its launch blitzkreig, Samsung has launched the Series 7 700T tablet at the IFA 2011. This sleek and lightweight piece is aimed at business professionals and offers the full functionality of Windows 7; it will apparently undergo a timely upgrade to Windows 8 for an even better touch experience. This 11.6-inch touchscreen [...]
Fujitsu has announced two tablet devices, both 10.1-inch slates but with one running Windows 7 with a Q2 2011 arrival date and one with Honeycomb to be delivered whenever Android 3.0 is ready for larger-sized tablets.
OCOSMOS of South Korea has announced that it will display a Windows handheld gaming device at the CES 2011, in a few days from now. You can enjoy both Windows and Mobile games on this nifty gadget. It’s a neat looking device, as yet unnamed but the mega-event is around the corner and we shall [...]
The Airis Slimpad comes from France; it’s a tablet with a decent set of specs and an unusual 11.6-inch screen. It is a multi-touch capacitive display, a plus. It has an asking price in the range of $800 to $$878, depending upon your choice of configuration. The cost is perhaps on the higher side.
The 11.6-inch Microsoft ExoPC tablet running Windows 7 Home Premium and powered by an Intel Atom Pineview-M N450 1.66GHz processor is finally available for pre-order at the Microsoft store – priced at $699. Check specs after the break and take a call if the slate justifies its retail cost. In Canada, the tablet gets rebranded [...]
Fujitsu is going to supply Dai-Chi Life Insurance company with 50,000 units of its latest DL Pad tablet. The Windows 7 tablet is designed for B2B use and comes with a 12.1-inch screen.