MWC 2013 presented a very interesting mobile device called Intelegent from manufacturer i-mate, once known in this country with their cell phones and smartphones. The operating system it uses is not Android or Windows Phone 8, as one would expect but a full Windows 8 Pro, which allows you to run the appropriate application. In addition, the gadget can be connected to a special dock and used in the office.
At the heart of i-mate Intelegent is “nuclear” platform Intel Clover Trail , which, together with 2 GB of RAM should provide decent performance, and content storage assigned to 64 GB of internal memory, which is comparable to the iPhone 5 top models and even some tablets. Having a 4.7-inch touchscreen display, in addition, is there support for HSPA + and 4G LTE. The battery capacity, as stated, is enough for 10 hours of talk time, and the gadget presumably will be available next summer for $750.