Just slide it open and you’re set for Skype / VoIP action
There’s plenty of mice slash Skype phones out there, but this one claims to be the first one doing it as a classic slider (and it does look like a classic, Nokia cell phone, doesn’t it?). Just slide that thing open for access to its keypad panel, internal speaker and condenser microphone – when closed you can check the caller-ID of who’s calling on the built-in 128×64 LCD display.
Netbook with a detachable touch display
The Touch Book by Always Innovating might look like a regular netbook at first glance but with features like a 95%-sized keybard along with a fully detachable 8.9″ touch display that can be used as a tablet it might just be a bit more interesting to some people.
It’s powered by an OMAP3530 ARM chip and sports 256MB RAM + 256MB NAND memory along with a 8GB SD card for storage (no hard drive on this one). Besides that you get wi-fi, bluetooth, three USB-ports and a 3D accelerometer.
The Touch Book is said to start shipping next month to a price of $300 for the tablet section, $400 if you want the keyboard too.