Earlier this month, we heard about the AdvanceTC Magic W3, a tablet that runs full-blown Windows 7, yet also has telephone capabilities. Now we get to see it in action.
In a series of four videos (more below), AdvanceTC shows off mobile telephony, webtop use, high-definition video playback, and Photoshop running on the W3.
Keeping some expectations in check, the Magic W3 seems like a compelling option for users on the go. What expectations should you have? Well, if you watch the "Voice Telephony on the MAGIC W3" video below, you will see that rotations on the device are a little slow and even opening the telephone program takes a while, too. However, I think that those who really need the mobility that the AdvanceTC Magic W3 offers will be able to overlook issues like these and be quite happy with the device.