The on-going innovations and emerging technology has left a negligible difference between a mobile and a full-fledged PC. Take the case of SmartPhones. Now, Microsoft is doing its darn best by introducing a prototype product, FonePlus device. To bestow it with the functionality of a computer, Microsoft pooled its Windows CE operating system with a phone that can be hooked into a keyboard and TV
Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie thinks this type of device could bring computing to the masses.
Could this be your first computer? And if it was, what could you do with it. He demonstrated word processing, multimedia playback and Web browsing using scaled-down versions of Internet Explorer, Word and Windows Media Player. For at least simplified applications, it’s harder to distinguish this from a computer.