Miutech Hybrid Dual Portable Computer runs Windows XP and Windows CE in a phone form-factor

Miutech Hybrid Dual Portable Computer runs Windows XP and Windows CE in a phone form-factor

The Hybrid Dual Portable Computer (HDPC) is really two devices fused in the same body: an ARM-powered Windows CE cellphone and a miniature PC that runs Windows XP. Miutech’s second iteration of the HDPC is powered by an Intel Atom chip (it used to be a Via C7M). When closed, it acts as a (big) phone, but once opened (like a sidekick), it’s a PC with a 800×480 touch display. The specifications aren’t quite clear, but the dimensions are thought to resemble the 160 x 65 x 25mm, 13.6oz of the previous prototype. Check out Miutech’s website

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