NTT DoCoMo’s Fujitsu F-07C now available and the dual-booting hybrid is touted as the world’s smallest PC, since it can switch between Windows 7 and Symbian and offers a few netbook-worthy specs. This Device equipped with an Intel Atom processor, the Windows 7 OS, a two-year Microsoft Office Personal 2010 license and the latest version of Internet Explorer 9. It also features a 32GB eMMC SSD, and 1GB LPDDR400 RAM, packed underneath a 4-inch SVGA (1024 x 600) LCD display and for now this will only be available in Japan (price is around ¥70,000 ($860)……………
Fujitsu announced that the new Windows 7 F-07C mobile phone will be available in Japan from NTT DOCOMO Inc. and the F-07C mobile phone, featuring Windows 7 is the world’s smallest PC that fits into the palm of the user’s hand. F-07C comes standard with a two-year license for Microsoft Office Personal 2010-an essential business tool-and other basic PC functionality, in addition to convenient mobile phone features such as Osaifu-Keitai. By combining both PC and mobile phone functionality, F-07C opens the door to a range of new uses. F-07C is equipped with basic PC functionality, including Windows 7, an Intel Atom processor, a two-year Microsoft Office Personal 2010 license, and the latest version of Windows Internet Explorer 9. Despite its compact form, users can fully use the F-07C as a PC. With support for Osaifu-Keitai, i-mode mail, i-concier and other services from Docomo, as well as security features like Omakase Lock, the new mobile phone allows owners to take advantage of features that they are accustomed to using. As users can switch between Windows 7 PC mode and mobile phone mode with just the push of a button, they are able to access the mode of their choice at any time.
- Fully equipped with basic PC features: With Windows 7, an Intel Atom processor, memory and a solid-state drive, the F-07C features functionality identical to that of a PC.
- Includes a two-year Microsoft Office Personal 2010 license: The mobile phone comes standard with latest versions of common applications that are essential for business. Users can carry Office data that is employed company-wide with them on the go, making it possible to easily revise data while in the field.
- Features Windows Internet Explorer 9: The latest version of Windows Internet Explorer 9 features improved screen display performance, as well as a simple and easy-to-use user interface. Moreover, the mobile phone also includes Adobe Flash Player and Silverlight, making it possible to browse a wide variety of websites.
- Focus on innovative operations and ease-of-use: A QWERTY keyboard layout, which can be operated the same as on a PC, makes text input smooth, and a trackball and left-click button enable simple mouse-like operations. As a large volume of information can be displayed on the mobile phone’s 4-inch (1024 × 600) high-resolution LCD screen, scrolling is hassle-free when browsing the Internet.
- Supports a wide range of services from Docomo: The mobile phone supports i-mode mail, as well as Osaifu-Keitai, i-channel, i-concier, Oazukari Service for mobile phone data, and the latest services from Docomo, thereby giving owners access to features they are accustomed to using.
- Advanced security features: F-07C also supports i-mode services like Omakase Lock and Mobile Phone Location Service. In the event that the mobile phone is lost, users can remotely lock it and determine its approximate location, enabling worry-free operations.
- Can be connected to peripheral devices with a USB/HDMA cradle set: By hooking up a keyboard or mouse to the USB port, users can easily edit Office files or connect to a printer to print. In addition, after connecting the mobile phone to a large-screen TV via an HDMA output connector, users can enjoy websites or captured photographs on the big screen.