OCOSMOS just showed off the first device based on its low-powered Oak Trail platform called Ocosmos OCS-1. Ocosmos OCS1 is not is a smartphone, but a MIP (Mobile Internet Phone) that can network via WiFi VoIP calls and runs Windows 7.
Intel Ocosmos OCS1 powered by a 1.5GHz Atom Oak Trail with GMA 600, 4.8-inch 1024 x 600 capacitive touchscreen, a 32 gig solid state drive with expandable memory, a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, 3 megapixel rear camera, GPS, and runs Windows 7. For connectivity there is mini-USB, mini-HDMI, and a full-size USB port alongside 802.11 b/g WiFi and Bluetooth.
The Ocosmos OCS1 is aimed at gaming, which explains why it has twin joysticks on the sides, the screen can slide up, and a QWERTY keyboard. the OCS1 keys click and slide in 8 directions on two levels for a fine level of control and can be used and pressed down like analog sticks, and act as the mouse throughout Windows.
The company said it plans to work with developers to create games that are customized for the Ocosmos CS-1 as well and working with gaming studios to optimize their existing titles for the Ocosmos controllers and smaller screen. we don’t know pricing on this one just yet, but good news is they expect the OSC1 to launch in Q1 of 2011.
* Display: 4.8” Capacitive 1024×600 screen
* Storage: 32GB SSD
* Wifi: 802.11 b/g
* Controllers: OMOS Key Interface
* GPS included
* USB 2.0 port (full size) and USB Mini
* Camera: 3.0mp on rear. 1.3mp on front
* Audio port 3.5mm
* Micro SD card slot
* HDMI out port (via micro-connector)