A group of self-confessed pranksters have admitted that their mock-up of a monster HTC tablet, dubbed the Magnum, doesn’t signal the manufacturer’s release of a super ‘pocket’ PC. However, the web’s now clogged with rumours to the contrary. HTC_Magnum The pranksters' HTC Magnum mock-up Image courtesy of Pocketpt.net …
If it doesn't exist, what is the guy demonstrating?
Rotate a monitor
Looks like a rotated touchscreen monitor - even down to the buttons on the buttom right of the frame. Hide the SVGA cable down the arm sleeve and hey presto it is a new giant touch pad...
But the Penguin Knows more then the Paris.
Whether or not it is a joke, surely there must be a market for such a device? It would be great to have a tablet pc that is actually big enough to do serious work on. Hardly a pocket portable device, but I still think peple would buy these, if nothing else simply because its rediculous
Hooked up to a HTC Athena/Advantage...
He's demoing an LCD monitor, sans stand, with the wires up his sleeve and down his back.
a guy off camera synchronising taps on a PPC linked to a widescreen monitor with cables running up the presenter's sleeve perhaps?
Whatever it is, I don't want one.
I note the guys left hand, dispite the rest of him is quight animated, dosent move at all. Implies cables down his sleave.
He's just very wee...
In a patent office somwhere...
Darn. I know I should have patented the tablet phone.
i have a pocket that's just the right size...what? no, seriously...i was talking about Paris.
The UI response is as sluggish as on my real Windows Mobile, you can't fake that!
Amazing how pretty much all alleged UFO video evidence is of bad vid quality - same goes here.
UFO -> IFO
HTC Magnum = IFO.
Identified FAKE object.
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