Seamless Internet’s S-XGen officially made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week.
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This device’s ten-finger keyboard and eight hour battery life make it the first practical UMPC for real all day power computing… at least in its developer’s opinion.
The S-XGen was created for business users who need access to powerful mobile computing capabilities. Its designers were hoping to create a single device that eliminates the need for a laptop, cellular phone, and PDA.
The S-XGen runs Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 and comes with the Microsoft Office Mobile Suite.
It also comes standard with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and tri-band cellular wireless technology, as well as Ethernet networking.
This unit has USB and RJ45 input options, a 520 MHz processor, and the base unit includes 256 MB of RAM and a 20 GB hard drive.
It also comes with a 4-inch TFT 470-by-280-pixel touchscreen and a built-in video camera.
The S-XGen is available now for $1,400.
More information is available on Seamless Internet’s web site.