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Compulab EM-X270 DIY Smartphone

by Nicole on October 19, 2007

Compulab EM-X270 DIY Smartphone

All you Linux nerds will love this phone! Thanks to Compulab, comes a do-it-yourself smartphone you can program and do so much more with. Along with that it has an intel x-scale CPU for 520Mhz, radio, wi-fi, bluetooth, GPS navigation system, and either a camera or VGA touchscreen. You can also either have Windows CE on it or Linux.

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

by Johan on October 18, 2007

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

As a successor to the N800, the Nokia N810 internet tablet comes loaded with a 4.3-inch widescreen display, 2GB of internal memory, TI OMAP 2420 processor, 128MB RAM, 256MB Flash, miniSD/microSD card slot, and a QWERTY keypad. The gadget will be available in November with a price tag of $479. See more pictures after the break.

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HP iPaq 110 and 210

by Nicole on October 7, 2007

Hewlett Packard HP iPaq 110 PDA and HP iPaq 210 PDA
HP has refreshed their iPaq line. Supposedly, two new models of PDAs are coming out October 8th; the 110 and 210. They both feature Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, identical 624mHz processors and WM6 Pro. The smaller 110 will cost $299, while the 210 is $399.

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Mitac Mio A501 Pocket PC Phone

by Johan on February 15, 2007

Mitac Mio A501 Pocket PC

Mio has announced the specs for their new Pocket PC Phone. Dubbed as the Mio A501, this quad-band cellphone features a 240 x 320 resolution display, Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition, a TI processor, and an integrated GPS navigation system. Other specs include Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port, a 2MP digicam, and SD/MMC memory card slots. This pocket PC also incorporates the highly rated SiRFStar III GPS chipset. The A501 should hit stores in March. Pricing is still unknown.

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Windows Mobile 6 Has Officially Been Announced

by Johan on February 8, 2007

Windows Mobile 6 Has Officially Announced

That’s right, the Windows Mobile 6 has officially been announced. The operating system will come in three versions, including Professional for touchscreens, Standard for smartphones, and Classic for Pocket PC. The software features HTML email, Windows Live for WinMo, file transfers with Live Messenger, new mobile Office programs, Windows Vista integration, and calendar ribbon for easy scheduling. The Windows Mobile 6 also sports .NET Compact Framework and SQL Server.

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