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We're going on the assumption here that the lads and ladies over at QiGi haven't actually heard that \"smartbooks\" have a vaguely defined look and feel, as the outfit's latest handheld definitely looks nothing like the smartbooks that we've seen emerge over the past few months. In fact, the Windows

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November 28, 2009 at 9:16AM
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It's actually pretty hard to find a super-rugged WinMo device that doesn't have an integrated barcode scanner, weird keypad, or some other feature that takes it solidly out of the consumer market, so when we saw this, the five-year-old kid in us definitely took notice. QiGi's AK007 was apparently d

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It wasn't too long ago that we heard about China's QiGi i6 handset, the one that supports both Windows Mobile and Android. Well, now we've got a video of the device in action (running Android) -- and we do mean action. The i6 is definitely running at a lower resolution than the G1 (probably QVGA)

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It wasn't too long ago that we heard about China's QiGi i6 handset, the one that supports both Windows Mobile and Android. Well, now we've got a video of the device in action (running Android) -- and we do mean action. The i6 is definitely running at a lower resolution than the G1 (probably QVGA)

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