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HTC Shift UMPC revealed

HTC Shift UMPC revealed - read the full textHTC unveiled their first UMPC or as some call it the big brother of their HTC Advantage. At the CTIA WIRELESS 2007 HTC showed the HTC Shift for the first time. Bringing Windows Vista to a mobile device of such caliber is a fascinating thing without any doubt. HTC Shift The HTC Shift...

 

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if they'd add a gps chip...it'd be perfect!

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  • 2007-08-23 20:59
  • 5Kxr

HTC roxxxx....

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  • 2007-07-13 11:30
  • PWYw

this makes the year longer for the wait :D

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  • 2007-07-10 07:17
  • PUjX

very good indeed

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  • 2007-07-06 17:15
  • vQ1E

its on fire!

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  • 2007-07-06 17:14
  • vQ1E

has it any O.D.D drive??

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  • 2007-05-17 14:25
  • nsD5

Info on the dimensions missing. Pl add this to give a complete pic

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  • 2007-05-14 10:28
  • 2S%E

Will be too big to carry around. Un practical for daily usage. I would rather go for a good 3G compact phone and a compact laptop or capable UMPC.

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  • 2007-04-17 04:27
  • 2SML

i have the htc dash but oo man this one beats the hell out of the dash

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  • 2007-04-16 02:48
  • 4US2

Seems like and excellent mobile device...however, should have phone capabilities to make it a complete mobile guru!

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  • 2007-04-15 07:16
  • R0KH

the brand is HTC, the Shift UMPC is what it is currently being called. I think this is a very good blend between full flege laptop/pda/cellphone. This is definately on my wish list!

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  • 2007-04-15 02:49
  • j4RC

yeah..it's a nice pda's.what's the brand actually ?it looks like smartmini laptop,and yeah..i like the features,just the camera is nt very good,if it was 2.0 megapixles,i'd get it if i see it at the market. pls tell me what's the brand name,model and the price .

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  • 2007-04-14 12:21
  • ibgQ

The future seems a bit more clear with these kinda products in the market.

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  • 2007-04-13 14:16
  • U2gF

Nice, but 800x480 resolution is not good enough. Should have at least 1024x600.

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  • 2007-04-12 21:57
  • YctF

Im very2 interting 4 this stuff can I have information 4 the price??
let me now as soon as posible

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  • 2007-04-12 17:24
  • PEm1

No GPS?

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  • 2007-04-12 16:15
  • pp0a

I agree with most of people here: Battery life plays very important role actually most important role currently. I think windows mobile operating system is very good because it does almost everything as pc but it gives good battery life, other thing is what about GPS receiver? I assume it isn't there in it, If its the case then HTC is not better than OQO 02 which is a similar machine but with an integrated GPS receiver. Any comment on it guys? Thanks Email me at khurram41@yahoo.com

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  • 2007-04-12 05:44
  • M@T2

mint

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  • 2007-04-11 15:05
  • iIR0

Yes, powerful OS without powerful processor is useless (Kenny's comment correct) He just hides his main point in lots of text.

I think we do not need very powerful processor since battery life is more important (these days) than high performance - get a tablet if you need CPU power.

I think even with PDA processor the battery life is still too low:
I would like to see units with 4-5 hours.

Today, especially with the 5-7" screen you get a couple of hours if you lucky: you can not watch video, or use it as a GPS unit for any decent time.

By the way, When did we (customers) allow Microsoft to market (sell) buggy softwares for years for full price in a hope that in a couple of years they fix the bugs and it will be usable. The meanwhile they take the working OS out of the market so you can not get a decent unit (notebook) with all the drivers.
(Vista drivers - notebook: webcam, sound etc. may be different than XP) Sorry, I know this is not a PC forum.

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  • 2007-04-08 18:39
  • 4TFQ

Forget Vista and XP theyre both crap, I want windows 3.1 the king of all windows to this phone.

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  • 2007-04-08 02:24
  • Sw2P

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