Sharp to ship world's first HDD-based PDA (Register)
[Posted October 15, 2004 by cook]
looks at the new Linux-based Zaurus SL-C3000 PDA from Sharp.
"The new model is based on a 416MHz Intel XScale PXA270 processor backed by 64MB of SDRAM and 16MB of Flash ROM. Crucially, the unit also features a 4GB hard drive - the first PDA to do so.
The Sl-C3000 sports a 3.7in 640 x 480 LCD mounted above a QWERTY keypad with a five-way navigator control." The device is only available
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