Invair's Filewalker lets consumers access their data by just using their right hand, aiming for maximum accessibility on the go
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The company has been showing off a new Loox PDA at the CeBit trade show this week. It announced plans Wednesday to begin selling the Pocket Loox, which is based on Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 software, in the United States this May for $599. It will also sell the device in Europe and Japan. The 5.9-ounce Loox incorporates Intel's new PXA250 Xscale processor along with 32MB of ROM (read-only memory) for application storage and 64MB of RAM for data. It will also offer a 3.5-inch color touch screen display and handwriting-recognition software. A pair of Compaq Flash and Secure Digital slots will allow for add-ons such as wireless modems. The PDA (personal digital assistant) will operate for about 15 hours on a single charge of its built-in battery. An optional add-on battery can extend battery life up to 24 hours, the company said. --John Spooner, Special to ZDNet News
A mid-range colour device and an update to the m505 are on the cards as CeBIT approaches, following Palm's wireless PDA
The Mitac Cat PDA will feature Bluetooth connectivity in addition to its fast, mobile, Linux-based OS for less than $200
Samsung's Yopy offers a browser, MP3 player and Compact Flash all in one little box
New PDA/phone combination will launch in Q3
If it's minuscule, wireless and endorsed by a well-known communication pact, you'll find it at CeBIT this year.
Sun's Java is to become the EPOC platform for the Symbian mobile consortium which includes Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, Philips, Psion and others. According to Sun-CEO Scott McNealy, a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Sun and Symbian.