AdvanceTC uveils Magic W3, Windows 7 based pocket PC with telephony

The company AdvanceTC presents to the world as they claim the World’s first pocketable Windows7 microcomputer with integrated telephony, called the Magix W3. The device has 4.8-inch touch display with 800 x 480 resolution and an Atom Z530 CPU@1.6GHz in its heart,  backed 1GB of RAM and 32GB SSD storage. It runs full Windows 7 Home OS and its voice features are powered by the MAGIC Telephony Touch UI  for control of your voice calls and SMS within the Win 7 OS environment.

The samrtphone/microPC measures 141 x 81.5 x 22 mm /260 g, supports GSM Quad Band and 3.5G HSPA network connectivity, also has Wi-Fi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, GPS Transceiver. Peripheral connectivity includes, mini HDMI, mini USB, micro SD, of course SIM Card Slot and charging & docking I/O. MAGIC W3 packs also accelerometer for auto-orientation to landscape or portrait mode and a 1.3MP camera for video conferencing, all backed by 3200mAh battery.

Magic W3

From company said that the MAGIC W3 have compatibility with every audio & video format and is capable of 720p movie playback, and also that you can use your favorite multimedia player to playing them. It is equipped and with vibration function and wake from standby, when an incoming voice call or SMS is detected. Unfortunately prices and retail dates aren’t yet available.

Magic W3

Magic W3

Source: Slashgear

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