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April 01, 2004

Sharp to release a new Linux PDA

Sharp launches "Enterprise" Zaurus to boldly go... anywhere
From the article:
Sharp plans to ship its Linux-based Zaurus SL-6000 PDA early in 2004, supported by IBM middleware and Sprint wireless services for connecting with enterprise apps from most anywhere. Sharp's new 640x480 high-brightness VGA display tops the list of hardware enhancements, along with "laptop-like" performance and a ruggedized case.

Includes 64mb flash memory, 400mhz xscale, 802.11 wireless networking, linux, java and more..

Posted by vanevery at 10:52 PM

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