Microsoft plans to turn a smartphone into a mobile personal computer

2:11 AM Edited by Blony

. Microsoft has received the acceptance of a patent that would allow use of personal computers as real smartphones. Thanks to this invention could use the smartphone as a cradle of the processing and use of peripherals, keyboards, mouses, and monitors, among others, to make everyday tasks that are done on a normal desktop computer.

In fact, the idea of the patent, called "intelligent interface system for mobile devices," turns a smartphone into a laptop processor, because it is easy to transport and place in the cradle to work as the cradle and connected the devices for multiple USB ports on the back.

As can be seen from the description and the graphics, the cradle would have its own CPU, memory and embedded operating system, to supply connectivity to peripherals, ranging from a series of human interface devices (mouse, keyboard, touch screen , etc), image processing (camera, scanner, etc), storage (hard drive, optical drive, etc), set-top-boxes or video sensors for home security.

A very good idea, seeing that today there are smartphones that run at 800 mhz, the Asus P565, or 1 GHz, such as the Sony Ericsson SORA and that the new netbooks, like the HP 2133 or the Toshiba NB105, or VIA processors are Atom running at 1.2 GHz.