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Ocosmos OCS-1: Oak Trail meets Windows 7 in a 5-inch gaming handheld

Sean Hollister
09.14.10
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Ever seen a handheld that can run StarCraft II? You have now -- this is the Ocosmos OCS-1, a Windows 7 sliding-QWERTY and dual-joystick device from Korea with Intel's new Oak Trail inside. We're looking at a 1.5GHz Oak Trail chip to be exact, coupled with Intel GMA600 integrated graphics, up to a 64GB of solid-state storage, 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth underneath a 4.8-inch, 1024 x 600 capacitive touch screen. Front and rear cameras and a microphone are on hand for your inevitable video chat sessions, and there's an array of slots and ports just as you'd expect. Get a closer look in our gallery below, while we go find out more.

Gallery: Ocosmos OCS-1 Oak Trail gaming handheld | 8 Photos

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