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ANNOUNCED: HTC announces HTC Shift UMPC availability for November
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 01.10.07 - 14:48:51 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 10941x
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During its press event today, HTC Corp announced the HTC Shift Windows Vista/Windows Mobile UMPC. The HTC Shift ushers in a new era in mobile computing. Combining the power of Microsoft Windows Vista with always-connected 3G/HSDPA connectivity, the HTC Shift delivers unparalleled functionality in a sleek, compact design.
The HTC Shift is the first device to feature HTC's innovative new SnapVUE technology. SnapVUE provides instant access to E-Mails, calendar, SMS messages and contacts, without the need to fully boot up the device which helps conserve power and extend battery life.

Weighing just 800g and equipped with a 7" touch sensitive 'slide-n-tilt' screen, the HTC Shift is the new way to work effectively on the move.

Further Highlights:

  • Receive instant updates with always-on push E-Mail
  • Incredible 2 days standby battery life ensures the HTC Shift won't let you down while you're on the move
  • Instant access to key information at the touch of a button with HTC SnapVUE
  • Revolutionary small form factor gives you portability without compromising mobility
  • Powerful enough to provide you with the full Windows Vista experience

For an estimated retail price of around 1199 Euro, the HTC Shift will be available across Europe from November this year.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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