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Handmark Pocket Express embedded in Sprint PCS PPC6600 Windows Mobile
Posted on 10-Mar-2005 18:47. | Tags Filed under: News.

Handmark Pocket Express embedded in Sprint PCS PPC6600 Windows Mobile
The Handmark Pocket Express wireless service client is now included in ROM for all new Sprint PCS Vision Smart Device PPC-6600. Users will be able to experience the Pocket Express services free for 30-days, by following the onscreen links.

The PPC-6600 is a Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC Phone Edition product that works as a phone and a connected PDA.

Pocket Express costs US$6.99 per month, delivering news, stocks, sports, weather, movies, maps, and 411 directory search for wireless users at speeds faster than conventional web browser access.

The Sprint PCS Vision Smart Device PPC-6600 incorporates embedded Bluetooth wireless technology and VGA-quality camera with flash/video capability. The device is powered by the Intel XScale 400 MHz processor, and includes a sliding QWERTY keyboard (read the original PPC-6600 release, with more details about this device).

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