I-mate shows off Windows 8 Pro smartphone

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 27 2013 @ 15:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Redmond-based I-mate shows off the Intelegent, a Windows 8 Pro smartphone that features an Intel Cover Trail+ Atom processor, a 4.7" touchscreen (resolution unknown), 2GB RAM, a 64GB SSD, and HSPA+ plus LTE 4G connectivity.

The device is aimed at business users and will be sold as part of a desktop hardware suite complete with a docking station that connects to a 23" touchscreen plus keyboard and mouse to form a pseudo desktop. The handset will cost a whopping $750 though, and the battery life will be relatively short, a Seattle Times article mentions 10 hours of talk.
The Intelegent isn't just a standalone smartphone. This mini PC will also be sold as part of a "desktop hardware suite" complete with a docking station. The dock will connect to a 23" touchscreen plus keyboard and mouse to form a pseudo desktop. It'll also power a 10.1" 1080p tablet over a wireless connection. There's even an old-school phone receiver if you want something to pinch between your ear and shoulder. Love me four times, baby.
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Source: The Tech Report

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