incrediBILL - 9:35 pm on Jul 18, 2010 (gmt 0)
HDMI out (that means full sized screen)
Nope - the HDMI out means you can play movies and Youtube to a big screen.
You don't get to use it as a monitor, yet, the software in these devices doesn't support those screen sizes.
There are the glasses, but most phones don't support the output ports required to use them, same with the portable projectors when are another viable output device as well.
There are also lighter-sized laser keyboard devices which work pretty well but don't interface with all phones either.
Damned annoying to have all the technology you need to make it all work yet the interfaces and software to support it are missing.
the point is that it will become possible for the first time in 2010... and by 2011
I have productivity software in my phone now and can also access sites that run similar software - not sure why you think the 2 Ghz limit is so special as people have been running "productivity" software, such as Visicalc, on computers that were as slow as 1Mhz since the early 80s.
Only big bloated software won't run in 1 Ghz and that wouldn't run on a 1 Ghz netbook either, which I have, and Open Office runs just fine there, and it ran fine on an older slower 500Mhz desktop too so I really don't get this "when we get 2Ghz" stuff.