Advance Tech Communications has introduced the what they are claiming to be the world’s first pocketable Windows 7-powered Microcomputer with integrated telephony functions, and they are calling it the MAGIC W3. This new device comes with the full version of Windows 7 with voice call functionality and the company’s patented system design. The Magic W3 comes equipped with a 4.8-inch touchscreen display with a 800×480 pixel resolution and an accelerometer that auto-switch from landscape or portrait mode, the device packs the power of an Intel Atom Z530 Processor running at 1.6GHz, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of SSD Storage.
The Magic W3 measures 141 x 81.5 x 22 mm and weighs in at approximately 260g. Its integrated telephony functions enables users to make voice calls and send text messages using its MAGIC Telephony Touch UI. The MAGIC W3 also comes with some noteworthy specifications including Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR, WiFi b/g connectivity, GPS Transceiver, a 1.3-Megapixel camera for video chats and a SIM Card slot that supports for 3.5G HSPA and Quad Band GSM Networks, so if you live in the United States it should would perfect on AT&T or T-Mobile. It also comes with connectivity options for mini HDMI, mini USB and a microSD card slot for extra storage space.
According to AdvanceTC, the MAGIC W3 is compatible and will playback just about every audio and video formats popularly known including 720p HD videos plus there is also the option to install your favorite media player including Winamp and since it runs the Windows 7 OS it probably comes with Windows Media Player pre-installed. A unique function that you don’t really see on similar devices is its vibrating function which goes off whenever there is an incoming voice call or an incoming SMS. It also has a call button and an End Button so it could also be considered as a really powerful Smartphone.
No pricing information was announced for the Magic W3 Windows 7 Pocket PC, so we will update you as soon as it is available to us.