Thank you Fujitsu, for being bat-shit bonkers enough to actually build this device and bring it to market. It's called the Fujitsu F-07C, and it's billed as the world's smallest PC. It sports an Intel Atom Z600 1.2Ghz (running at 50%, they claim, which seems far too slow to run Windows 7), 1GB DDR-400 RAM, 32GB SSD for storage, and a 4" touchscreen with a 1024×600 resolution.
With the push of a button, you can switch between Windows 7 SP1 32bit on the one hand, and Symbian on the other. While in Symbian mode, it has a standby time of about 600 hours, and a talk time of about 370 minutes. In Windows 7 mode, however, it will only last for a measly 2 hours. Epic trade off is epic.
Still, this thing is so incredibly awesome I just don't know where to start. It's completely idiotic, and it's hard to imagine this being anywhere near as pleasant to use as Windows Phone 7 or whatever, but still... It's so geeky!
Fujitsu will officially launch this phone tomorrow, and sadly, only in Japan. There's no word on pricing, but I can't imagine this thing being cheap, especially if you factor in shipping it over.