Audiovox Communications Corporation and AT&T Wireless announced the PPC 4100, an integrated wireless PDA phone featuring Windows Mobile software. The new Pocket PC Phone Edition will be available in June 2004. The companies plan to showcase the new model during Microsoft’s Tech Ed conference in San Diego, CA. The PPC 4100 will be available for US$349 after a US$50 instant rebate.
The device was also named a finalist for the Best of TechEd 2004 Awards conducted by Windows & .NET Magazine and SQL Server Magazine. Winners will be announced May 26th.
The PPC 4100 is a tri-band (850/1800/1900 MHz) GSM/GPRS Pocket PC. This configuration will allow users to roam internationally, except where GSM 900MHz only is used.
The PPC 4100 runs Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PC on a 400 MHz, Intel XScale processor. It comes with 64MB RAM, 64 ROM and built-in SD/MMC expansion slot.
Users can have access to corporate e-mail and POP3 e-mail accounts over wireless connections. And using an Exchange Server 2003, or AT&T Wireless alliance solutions such as GoodLink from Good Technology, enterprise customers benefit from always up-to-date e-mail synchronization.
Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PCs
Embedded rechargeable back-up battery
Intel XScale at 400 MHz with 64MB RAM and 64MB ROM
3.5 inch TFT LCD, 240 x 320 QVGA Screen with 65K color
GPRS Class 10
Tri Band GSM 850/1800/1900
Built-in SD/MMC Expansion Slot
IrDA SIR Port
Size: 4.29 inch (h) x 2.69 inch (w) x .85 inch (d)