Samsung Electronics presented their new three-way foldable combination of phone, personal computer and music player tailored for an emerging wireless broadband technology the company is pushing as a global standard.
The new device was unveiled at a Samsung-sponsored industry conference on Mobile Wi-Max – a new technology delivering faster remote broadband connections.
Its called MITs, which stands for Mobile Intelligent Terminal by Samsung. It weights about a pound and contains a fold out keyboard, 5-inch screen, 30GB hard drive, and Windows software.
It is scheduled to be released in South Korea in early 2007 with Intel, Sprint Nextel and Motorola all looking to commercialize it in the States soon thereafter.