Sharp plans to ship its Linux-based Zaurus SL-6000 PDA early in 2004. It will have 64MB of protected Flash memory along with 64MB of SDRAM, a high-powered Intel XScale 400MHz processor, and extra long battery life with a rechargeable, replaceable 1500 mAh Lithium polymer battery. The 4-inch 640×480 VGA display will be switchable from landscape to portrait mode at the touch of a button, and the high-end model will come with built-in WiFi and Bluetooth. Also in Brighthand and The Register.
VGA Sharp Zaurus Linux-based PDA
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