FonePlus is a smartphone device and operating system that connects to a TV for basic productivity and Internet operations. It was demonstrated on 18 July 2006 by Hugh Teegan, a Mobile Devices architect at Microsoft focusing on emerging markets, and at Microsoft's Financial Analyst Meeting on 27 July 2006, by Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie.
- Ultra-Mobile PC
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