Sharp’s newest cell phone, the Sharp WS004SH features a slide out keyboard, 7-inch Mobile ASV LCD display, a 416-MHz Intel PXA270 processor, 256MB flash memory, 197MB SDRAM, 1.3-megapixel camera, MiniSD card slot, 802.11b Wi-Fi, USB port, and a W-SIM slot. Be on the look out for this sick phone from Sharp. Nothing on price or availability has been said. Via Cellphones @ TechFresh.
With your $5,000, you can you can purchase a Pocket-PC Nerve Express from company Heart Rhythm Instruments. It includes an iPaq, a Polar belt, and a transducer. Just strap a monitor belt around your torso, and it sends info of your physical fitness level and your autonomous nervous to an HP iPAQ Pocket PC. The PDA’s preinstalled software will spit out info and a chart about your physical fitness in terms of wellness and adaptability. Via OhGizmo.
The Motorola Q cell phone runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 and features a 1.3-megapixel camera, 65k color TFT-LCD display, full QWERTY keypad with a five-way navigational key, dual stereo speakers, Bluetooth support, miniSD card slot, 64MB Flash memory, GPS, 1XEVDO, 1XRTT, and infrared. The measurements are4.60″ x 2.50″ x 0.45″ and weighs 4.1-ounces. Verizon has priced as $349.99 (1 yr contract), $299.99 (2 yr contract), $419.99 (no contract). Via TechEblog.
These are pictures of the what has been said to be Sony’s future Mobile PC called the UX. It features a stylish exterior and sleek keyboard system. The UX also features Bluetooth support, Wi-Fi, an integrated Motion-Eye camera, full QWERTY keypad, Memory Stick reader, and Blu-ray compatibility. Check back with us in the weeks to come for more information. Via jkOntheRun
DualCor’s cPC will come with all the bells and whistles and look good at the same time. The cPC is a condensed version of a desktop computer. The cPC features a 5-inch screen, Windows XP, 1.5 GHz processor, 30GB harddrive and 1GB of DDR2 RAM. The cPC will be releasing sometime this year. Via jkOnTheRun.