The third day of the 2007 CTIA Show brought with it a revolutionary new device from Edgetech International, Inc. -- the PC Edge. Edgetech International plans to have thousands of these new designed units by mid May.
Falling somewhere between a smartphone and ultra-mobile PC in size, the PC Edge has a full QWERTY keyboard and the exterior is back-lit when power on for phone-like use. But what makes the unit stand out is the hyperlink to remote PC access, hyperlink to Web-based desktop and hyperlink to Web-based storage. Combined with a built-in modem and programming designed to maximize full-screen use of the Web-based controls, The PC Edge offers DSL-type speed and nearly full PC functionality and in a slim, handheld unit. Without the need to power a full operating system and internal hardware, the PC Edge has battery life (and battery recharge times) akin to cell phones rather than laptops or UMPCs.
"We are pleased with the new look of The PC Edge," says Jaime Barbosa, Edgetech's Marketing Manger. "The additional capabilities differentiate the PC Edge from any other device on the market."
The PC Edge will be available in mid-May, a price-point has not yet been disclosed. For more information, visit www.thepcedge.com.