這次微軟的攤位仍然專注在智慧型手機，雖然有看到一台 Toshiba HD DVD 播放器和 OKWAP 的 WiFi 數位相框（看起來支援 sideshow）。因此和去年一樣，微軟把所有支援 Windows 的廠商集結起來，讓我們一次看盡全部的智慧型手機以及以 Windows CE 為基礎發展的產品。擊點下面圖庫看微軟攤位的智慧型手機圖片（圖多），內文中則有手機的特色描述，其中包括我們請 GSmart 的產品經理為我們專門介紹的 GSmart t600 可播放數位電視的手機：
While there is a Toshiba HD DVD player and an OKWAP Wifi picture frame dotting the scene (it seems to be there because it supports sideshow), this year's Microsoft booth is basically all about WinMo 6 smartphones. Some of the more interesting ones are introduced in detail after the break, while the rest of the WinMo touting bunch sits ready to be clicked in the gallery:
The GSmart t600 by Gigabyte (yeah, THAT gigabyte) is ready for prime time next week, and has DVB-T and DVB-H capabilities built in. However, the battery lasts only 2hrs, which means you might need a few spares to finish a game of baseball. One special thing about this handset is that the antenna doubles as the stylus, which means losing your stylus in now a MUCH more serious problem then ever before. Expected price $700.
The OKWAP K869 will probably be the phone to establish OKWAP firmly in the smartphone scene, as well as (hopefully) bring the company under engadget mobile's radar. The specs: 2.8" QVGA touchscreen, 3mp camera,WinMo 6, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g, quad-band / HSDPA, AGPS, and an Intel PXA270 520 MHz processor, all in a 17.5mm thick package. The numeric keypad also acts as a scroll wheel, somewhat like an iPod.
The HTC S710 (a.k.a. Vox). Oh well, who cares? I mean this is the third (or second) largest computer trade show in the world, and HTC, a Taiwanese company, doesn't even care to show us an ELF? Sorry HTC, you're not getting any coverage from Engadget Chinese here.