How do you fancy the functionality of a PDA, desktop PC and mobile phone all in one pint-sized package? We thought so. Lucky for you, DualCor’s cPC does all this and then some: it’s a self-proclaimed, ultra portable, personal computer.
Not only will it run Tablet PC Edition 2005 in all its glory, but, thanks to the inclusion of dual processors (1.5GHz and 400MHz), you can also run Windows Mobile 5.0 and all its various applications.
The cPC also beats its chest in the battery life department with a claimed maximum of eight hours continual use - perfect for the jet-setting, train-hopping commuter.
Sounds good eh? Not only that, but the feature count is higher than Pete Doherty on a weekend session. The cPC is fitted with a generous 40GB hard disk drive and features a five-inch, 800x400 pixel, touch screen – it even uses glass that’s been specially designed by Korean giant LG.
Connectivity includes three USB 2.0 ports, an integrated Compact Flash Type II slot for additional storage and a mini-VGA port for hooking your shiny new ‘handtop’ up to a monitor.
The cPC will have a simultaneous US/UK launch in March this year, and will cost an estimated $1500.