Mobile PC Phone


I am announcing a specification of what I want to have as an ultimate mobile device. I hope someone takes this as a challenge and seriously comes up with one:
 
1. I want a mobile PC (tablet/laptop hybrid) with a size comparable to HTC Shift but as thin as MacBook Air:
    a. Intel Core Duo processors/chips;
    b. OLED HD touchscreen;
    c. Full QWERTY keyboard;
    d. Built-in webcam and mic;

    e. Stereo (2.1 surround) speakers;

    f. Wi-MAX/Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Wireless USB;
    g. Multi-media drives, slots, ports and what have you..
    h. It must have a full version of Windows Vista (Home, Business or Ultmate) Edition.
    i. It must have the latest version of Microsoft Office.
    j. It must have the full line of Windows Live products.
2. It must have a dockable Windows SideShow mobile phone device:
    a. OLED HD touchscreen;
    b. Built-in cameras (for pictures, videos and video calling);

    c. Quad-band GSM, GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA;

    d. GPS, TV and FM radio tuners;
    e. Stereo (surround) speakers;
    f. Wi-MAX/Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Wireless USB;
    g. Multi-media slots, mini-USB port, headset jack and what have you…
    h. It must have the latest version of Windows Mobile.
    i. It must have the latest version of Microsoft Office Mobile.
    j. It must have a full line of Windows Live Mobile products.
 
If the Windows Sideshow mobile phone device is docked to (or within range of) the mobile PC , they should be able to function as one so that you can access the Windows Sideshow mobile phone device’s applications from the mobile PC as well (e.g. GPS, TV/FM radio, making calls, placing video calls, taking pictures/videos, etc.). They can also smoothly share storage mediums. What’s best… you can get a 4.1 surround mobile PC!
 
Optionally, the mobile PC may have an expansion dock of it’s own for the external DVD drives, networking ports, S-video/RCA ports, etc. Basically, the things that won’t fit to it compromising for it’s thinness…
 
Lastly, wouldn’t it be nice to actually have Microsoft Sync technology in the Windows Sideshow mobile phone device as well? That means full voice command and recognition support. I can actually listen to an e-mail and dictate my response while driving. Amazing!
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