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Japan’s Willcom has unveiled the Sharp-made D4, a UMPC based on the recently launched Intel Atom CPU. It’s believed to be the first Atom-based device will cellular abilities. It has a 5-inch 1024×600 display that allows you to view most Web pages without having to scroll horizontally. rnrn
ZDNet’s Matthew Miller says the “D4 device looks like a small HTC Shift with a better display in a smaller package.” One big problem: The D4 will be released in June–but only in Japan.
The Willcom D4 folded up. The device has WiFi, Bluetooth, a 1.33GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, and runs of Windows Vista.
The keyboard slides out.
The D4 can be folded to sit like a desktop.
The D4 is 7.4 inches wide, 3.31 inches deep, and just over 1 inch thick. To find out about other functions and use this device, you’ll need to read Japanese. Click to enlarge.
A side view
The back of the D4, in desktop mode.