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C-motech shows off Snapdragon-powered Mangrove tablet

Donald Melanson, @donmelanson
September 29, 2009
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No, the device you see above is not simply a comically large smartphone (at least we don't think it is). It's actually a Snapdragon-powered, Windows Mobile 6.5-running tablet developed by the folks at C-motech. While complete details are still a bit hard to come by, this so-called "Mangrove" device reportedly packs a 7-inch touchscreen, along with a full range of connectivity options including WiFi, 3G and WiMAX, plus a pair of USB ports and a microSD card slot for a bit more flexibility. Of course, it is still just a concept at the moment, but C-motech is apparently looking at ways to bring it to market -- although your guess is as good as ours as to whether it'll actually hang onto Windows Mobile during that transition or not.

[Via jkkmobile]


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