ASUS at CeBIT 2004: PDAs and handsets
Alexander Vorobyev, the representative of iXBT.com and Digit-Life.com at CeBIT 2004, is sending us reports from Hannover.
One of the first that we received was about ASUS´s exposition.
ASUS has been long known as a maker of various PDAs. This time the company showcases several new models at once. First, ASUS MyPal A730 bases on 520MHz Intel Bulverde processor, has 64MB Flash memory, 64MB or 128MB SDRAM, operates under MS Windows Pocket PC 2003. It has a 3.7" 480x640 LCD, CompactFlash Type II and SDIO slots, int. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and SIR interfaces, 1.3-megapix digital camera, MyPal A730 is sized 73x117x16.8mm weighing 165g. The standard bundle includes a 1,150mAh battery and there´s an 1,800mAh option.
Another interesting novelty is a tri-band ASUS A8100 communicator (EGSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900, GPRS Class 10). It also bases on Intel´s chip, has a QVGA LCD, MMC/SD, Bluetooth, IrDA, digital still and video camera and operates under MS Windows Mobile for PPC PE supporting MMS, Java, WAP 2.0. In general, it´s a mobile handset, PDA, MP3 player and a camera in a single body.
Finally, here´s a dual-band (EGSM900/DCS1800) ASUS J101 mobile handset supporting GPRS Class 10. It features a large 1.8" 128x160 @ 65K-color LCD, secondary 1.17" 96x96 LCD, integrated VGA CMOS camera, 40-tone polyphony, etc. It supports MMS, SMS, voice commands, WAP 2.0+, J2ME (CLDC + MIDP 1.0.3). Sized 80x40x20.5mm, it weighs 78g. The 650mAh Li-Ion battery provides 2-5 hours of active operation or 80-150 hours of standby.
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