Sharp Willcom D4 (Model: WS016SH) Specs and Info
Sharp Willcom D4 Specifications
|Model name||Willcom D4|
|CPU speed||1300 Mhz|
|Graphics||Intel GMA 500|
|OS||Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium|
|Display Size||5.0" 1024 X 600|
||Soft (Finger) Touch|
|Hard Disk||40 GB|
|Battery capacity||7 Wh|
|Weight (Minimum)||470gm / 1.04 pounds|
USB 2.0 (Mini)|
SD slot (Micro)
Mobile sim-card slot
|Additional||WebCam||*Specifications can vary|
|No pricing available. This is likely to be available in Asia only.|
|Sharp Willcom D4 popularity (12 months)|
|Sharp Willcom D4 news and review links.||Date|
|Akihabaranews: Willcom D4 UMPC launch pictures||23/02/19|
|Willcom D4 UMPC microsite||23/02/19|
|Willcom D4 launch info and pics.||23/02/19|
|Willcom D4 hands on video||23/02/19|
|IDG Video of Willcom D4||23/02/19|
|Willcom D4. Full review. Pocketables.||23/02/19|
|Sharp Willcom D4 videos|
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