By David Ponce

The stuff DualCor is promising with the cPC sounds pretty exciting. The machine is loaded with some serious specs:

– 1.5GHz Via C7-M processor
– 5″, 800X400 LCD
– 40GB shared hard drive
– 1 GB NAND flash memory
– Windows XP Tablet Edition
– Windows Mobile 5.0

The idea is that you’d be able to switch back and forth between full fledged PC and cellphone, with no time-lag. The unit is a little bricky for my tastes (at least, if I’m going to be sticking it to my ear, pretending it’s a cellphone), being 6.5 inches long, 3.3 inches wide, 1.2 inches thick, but hey, it’s an interesting idea.

In PC mode, you’d get something like 3 hours runtime, and in mobile mode, 8 to 12. “When you pull up an application you can decide whether to run it in x86 mode or on the smart phone,” DualCor CEO Steven Hanley told CNet.

Now, the only thing is, if you visit the site, you’ll notice that everything looks photoshopped. But, seing as the device will only be unveiled at CES, perhaps that explains the lack of real pictures.

It will cost around $1500.

[DualCor Technologies] VIA []