Friday, January 12th 2007

Seamless Interet shows off S-XGen handheld communicator at CES 2007

Seamless Internet shows off S-XGen handheld communicator at CES 2007

Seamless Internet demoed a very amazing little device at CES 2007. The 398 gram "clamshell" is about as big as the average hand, and looks just like an average palm pilot. However, unfolding the device reveals a full size QWERTY keyboard, media player functions, standard PDA features, an ethernet port, USB ports, a webcam, and a 20GB hard drive. It connects to the internet using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE plus 3G protocols. The device is powered by a 520MHz XScale processor and 256MB of memory. There was no mention as to when we can expect to see the device, classified by Seamless as an ultra-mobile PC (laptop replacement), or how much it will cost.

Source: The Register
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5 Comments on Seamless Interet shows off S-XGen handheld communicator at CES 2007

#1
Jimmy 2004
You and the register both used typos :rolleyes:

The name of the company is Seamless Internet, your heading (and the register say Interet) :p
Here's the proof that's the name: http://www.seamlessinternet.com/products-UMC.html

Edit: not the register, Reg Hardware... now I'm making mistakes!
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#2
xman2007
dam that looks sweet :rockout: i want one
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zekrahminator
McLovin
by: Jimmy 2004
You and the register both used typos :rolleyes:

The name of the company is Seamless Internet, your heading (and the register say Interet) :p
Here's the proof that's the name: http://www.seamlessinternet.com/products-UMC.html

Edit: not the register, Reg Hardware... now I'm making mistakes!
:roll: That's what I get for being too dependant on the copy-paste command (I like to rely on the news source for the spelling of the company name).
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Jimmy 2004
by: zekrahminator
:roll: That's what I get for being too dependant on the copy-paste command (I like to rely on the news source for the spelling of the company name).
It was just me being picky admitedly - I just happened to notice the name was different on both of them and got confused... I though Interet was just some wierd name to start with. :banghead:
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
so this is the worlds smallest (and least powerful) laptop ?
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