Intel unveils PXA27x XScale chips for PDAs and smartphones
Today Intel unveiled PXA27x XScale chips designed for mobile handsets and PDAs that were previously codenamed Bulverde. PXA27x series features 312-624MHz clock rates, 32MB or 64MB StrataFlash.
Intel PXA27x brief specs:
- Intel Wireless Trusted Platform supporting VPN, SSL, OMA, IMEI, OMA-DRM
- Intel Wireless MMX for extended multimedia, 3D, video support
- Intel Quick Capture supporting >4-megapixel digital cameras
- Integrated 24-bit Dual-Panel LCD controller
- Wireless Intel SpeedStep providing 5 power saving modes with dynamic core clock and voltage adjust
- Intel Mobile Scalable Link for a 416Mbps link between processor comm and computing units
- USB OTG (USB-On-The-Go)
- 4-bit SDI/O
- MMC/SD/Memory Stick/USIM/PCMCIA/CF
- 100MHz memory bus, 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.0V, 3.3V voltage, up to 64MB of Intel StrataFlash and 32MB of low-voltage SDRAM
- 14x14mm package
- Supports Linux, Palm OS, Symbian, Microsoft (CE.Net, Smartphone, Pocket PC), Nucleus, SavaJe
- $32 for 312MHz Intel PXA27x in over 10,000-unit quantities
- Optional 2700G graphics accelerator with hardware support of MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and WMV9 at dual-monitor SXVGA output; $17 in over 10,000-unit quantities; volume shipments in Q2 2004
By the way, prototypes on PXA27x (Bulverde) were already mentioned in our news from CeBIT 2004, so you can take another look at them here: ASUS at CeBIT 2004: PDAs and handsets.
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