Magic W3 is the first pocketable Windows 7 micro PC with telephony

AdvanceTC has unveiled a slick looking little computer called the Magix W3 that is hailed as the world's first pocketable Windows 7 microcomputer with integrated telephony. What that means is the little device is like a fat smartphone, but packs in the full Windows 7 Home OS along with hardware that sounds like something you would find inside a netbook.

The hardware the device uses include an Atom Z530 CPU at 1.6GHz, the screen is a 4.8-inch unit with a resolution of 800 x 480 native. The Magic W3 has 1GB of RAM, a 32GB SSD, and supports GSM Quad Band and 3.5G HSPA network connectivity. It also has WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS inside. Power comes from a 3200mAh battery and it has a 1.3MP camera for video conferencing.

The W3 has a wake from incoming call or SMS feature to help extend battery life. It has HD audio and video capability and can be docked. The screen will rotate to the way you are holding it and the device has vibrating alerts too. The Magic W3 is somewhere between a smartphone and a netbook in design and performance. Pricing and availability are unknown at this time.