Telson's 3D UMPC prototype, last seen in June, could be closer to a commercial release than expected, after new company owners Digital Cube announced their intentions to bring it to market. With a 4.3-inch touchscreen, 1.2GHz VIA C7-M processor, 512MB RAM and 30GB hard drive, the Telson device's particular talent is its 3D screen and - courtesy of a newly unveiled attachment - 3D video capture.
The 3D camera, shown above, connects via USB and seemingly can capture footage to be played back on the UMPC's 3D-capable display. The 3D capability of the display itself has not actually been confirmed to be present in the commercial release, but it seems likely considering the camera.
No pricing or availability details have been given, and the unnamed device isn't yet showing up on the Digital Cube site. However we do have the following video, which shows the Telson UMPC to be surprisingly thick.