By Chuong Nguyen | October 1, 2008 12:44 AM
The hardware concept shown off by Fujitsu and DoCoMo in Japan is pretty cool. The screen and adjoining keyboard are two separate pieces, which can be attached together if needed. This means that you can have the slimness of the Touch Diamond when you want to go out and the fast QWERTY hardware action of the Touch Pro when you’re on-call at work to send out those emails. According to Engadget Mobile, the screen and the keyboard can be attached by magnets, and the two halves communicate with each other through Bluetooth technology.