The Ocosmos OCS-1 looks more like a smartphone or handheld gaming console than a full-fledged computer, but this little guy has an x86 processor and runs Windows 7. In fact, it’s one of the first examples of a computer running Intel’s next-generation Oak Trail chipset, with GMA 600 graphics.
The OCS-1 is aimed at gaming, which explains why it has twin joysticks on the sides, in addition to a QWERTY keyboard and a 4.8 inch, 1024 x 600 pixel capacitive touchscreen display. While I’ve been pretty underwhelmed by the graphics performance of older machines with Intel GMA 500 graphics, Chippy from UMPC Portal notes that GMA 600 should run twice as fast. That might not be good enough for some bleeding edge games, but it should be a lot better than many older netbooks.
The computer also has a 32GB solid state disk, GPS, USB connectivity, 802.11b/g WiFi, a microSD card slot, HDMI output, and two cameras, a 3MP rear-facing camera and a 1.3MP front-facing webcam.
You can check out a few videos of the Ocosmos OCS-1 in action after the break, thanks to UMPC Portal and jkkmobile.
I am so getting this, I get a smartphone with a Mobile wifi hotspot app and then i can play halo pc while video chatting with my friend while sitting at the mall waiting for my mom and sister to finish. This thing is so pwnalicious.
This is AWESOME. This is the ultimate portable retrogaming machine *_* OCS-1 > OpenPandora! You can play Age Of Empires II on the go with this little beast! Definitely DO WANT!
Do we know pricing or availability yet for a device like this. It looks promising, but all too often these become vaporware or prohibitively expensive.
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