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HTC Shifts to Intel for New Ultra Mobile Platform

HTC is known for creating some real kickass handheld devices powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile, and the upcoming HTC Shift UMPC is no exception. One minute detail that will set the HTC Shift apart from the rest of its WinMo brethren, however, is that it will be based on Intel’s new Ultra Mobile Platform 2007.

This combination, recently announced by HTC Corporation, is expected to “make for the ultimate Mobile computing experience.” The Shift is nearly as powerful as laptops twice its size, given that it comes equipped with Windows Vista, integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, a full QWERTY keyboard, and Windows Media Player 11 for good measure.

HTC + Vista + Intel = teh win!

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