Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Meet DigiCube MIDPhone-50


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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

It looks like a skinnier Sharp!
But it has terrible viewing angles (from what I can see)

Anonymous said...

is that on an A4 size sheet of paper?
if so its huge for a phone

Anonymous said...

OK actually read the spec sheet its
171.8 x 84 x 25.5 mm
so more like a mid with built in phone

atmasphere said...

Can you touchtype on something like that or is it thumbs?

juggernaut said...

the keyboard looks like the one from a nokia 9300

Anonymous said...

now that looks HOT!!! OQO who??

is that an optical mouse i see in the top lefthand corner? what is the resolution?

Gadget Monger said...

LCD is 5" 800x480
but looks quite good actually!
(damn shame about the tiny 1800mAh battery :( )

Anonymous said...

how do u know its 800x480? this is not the same device thats on UMPCportal.

whats the CPU?

Anonymous said...

Atom CPU

the upper left is a webcam

the entire right side of the screen is a mouse/gesture area for navigation, pretty cool

Anonymous said...

that would look 100 times better if it didn't have that stupid flower silk screen overlay on the case.

High Tech 2009 meets the 1970's.... neither winds.

Anonymous said...

I want to know the spec of this machine, which kind of CPU it is using? atom or other else?

tmarks11 said...

you can read the blurred spec sheet behind the device in the second picture above.

Intel Atom 1.1/1.6 gHz. 500kB/1GB ram. Maybe 8 GB SSD HD?

1800 mAH battery... a bit on the small side.

Almost the same physical size as my Everun.

Anonymous said...

where is Primaz? This is almost his dream computer.

Anonymous said...

I love it! I could touch type on my old Jornada 680. Thinking of your discussion on "Smartbooks" I want something like my old Windows CE Jornada 680...but with built in phone. All my phone calls are handled through a Bluetooth headset anyway so it's like I ever hold my current smart phone to my head. Currently I carry THREE devices, regular cell phone, WM 6.1 smart phone, and Netbook. I would love to carry one device that could do it all.

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