New S-XGen Ultra Mobile Personal Computer and Communications Device from Seamless Offers Almost Full-sized Keyboard and up to Eight Hour Battery Life
S-XGen First Practical UMPC for All-Day Computing and Communications on the Road
CARSON CITY, NV, January 09, 2007 / PRNewswire / Ã¢ÂÂ A New Ultra Mobile Portable Computer (UMPC) and Communications device offering an innovative new design debuted today at the 2007 Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The S-XGenÃ¢ÂÂ¢ from Seamless Wi-Fi (OTC BB: SLWF) subsidiary Seamless Internet is the first UMPC to integrate all of the computing and digital functionality of other UMPC's in a design that offers a near full-size keyboard and an ultra-productive eight-hour battery life.
Created for serious business users, the S-XGen combines several digital products into a single, easy-to-access device. The unit's extra long battery life and fold-out keyboard makes the S-XGen a serious full-day work partner that puts an end to frustrating text messaging-style 'dumb thumb' typing and 'low battery' AC-power searches.
"Virtually all UMPC's offer similar applications but the S-XGen combines a variety of productivity-enhancing digital devices into a single platform that offers users the ability to be truly mobile powerhouses," said Al Reda, Chairman of Seamless Wi-FI. "The unit's industry-leading eight hour battery life makes the S-XGen a mobile device that seriously addresses the real needs of today's mobile road warriors Ã¢ÂÂ on a plane, in a taxi or out in the field."
The S-XGen is a handheld device that eliminates the need for a separate laptop, cell phone, Tablet PC and PDA. Based around the intel PXA 270 XscaleÃ¢ÂÂ¢ 520 MHz processor, the base S-XGen includes 256MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and tri-band cellular wireless and direct Ethernet, USB and RJ45 connectivity. A 4-inch TFT 470 x 280 resolution touch screen provides brilliant imagery and video web cam, microphone and media playback and gaming controls are built-in. The S-XGen comes ready to run with MicrosoftÃÂ® WindowsÃÂ® Pocket PC and Microsoft OfficeÃÂ® Mobile Suite preinstalled. The total size of the S-XGen is approximately 6.5 inches long by 3.8 inches wide and it weighs only 14 oz. For real mobile productivity the most compelling attributes of the S-XGen are its Qwerty layout near full-size fold-out keyboard and a battery life rated at an industry high of up to 8 hours of use.
The MSRP of the S-XGen with Microsoft Office included is $1,395.00. Units are shipping in Q1 2007. Seamless Internet is demonstrating the S-XGen at CES Booth Number IP 255 and IP 271 at the Sands Innovation Pavilion at the 2007 CES.
The different ways that people communicate have changed radically over the last decade -- and consumer demand for improved devices is constant. Philips is addressing that need with some new products, unveiled at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show, that leverage emerging technology. Cameron Batten and Janna Rachelle, Philips' roving reporters, are here to tell you more.
Consumers using cordless phones equipped with Philips' Digitally Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) technology will hear virtually none of the cracks, buzzes, whines or interference that they are accustomed to hearing when they use a conventional telephone. Philips' DECT means the device uses up to 60 channels to get the clearest call over greater distances than any analog phone.
Voice-over-internet-protocol (VOIP) offers an affordable way to make phone calls by using the Internet instead of a landline to connect their phone to other VOIP-enabled phones. Two phones from Philips and partners Skype and Microsoft -- the Skype VOIP841 and Windows Live Messenger VOIP433 -- have dual functionality that allows callers to use either the net or a landline to connect to friends and family. With the VoIP841, someone doesn't even need a PC.
Another popular tool, the webcam, allows people communicating by chat to see each other. Philips' new cameras come with easy-to-use software that allows users to capture, edit and manage videos -- as well as send pictures or videomail.
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