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PSION new notebook sized Windows .CE Net device
Posted on 5-Oct-2003 12:22 | Tags Filed under: News


PSION new notebook sized Windows .CE Net device
Psion Teklogix was formed in September 2000 as a result of the strategic merger between the U.K.-based Psion Enterprise division of Psion PLC, and Canadian-based Teklogix Inc. The new organization brings together the strengths of Teklogix, a world leader in solutions for mobile computing and wireless data collection, and Psion Enterprise, a European innovator of mobile devices for industrial, commercial and professional markets.

The Netbook Pro, is a task-oriented mobile computing device aimed at the rapidly growing mobile CRM market, including sales force automation, field service management and field inspection/data collection. This new mobile computing device bridges the gap between the small and large form factors, such as the PDA and laptop, eliminating the difficult trade-offs that enterprises have been forced to make in the past.

With Netbook Pro's full-colour SVGA screen, web pages and other business applications can be viewed in the same format as a notebook or desktop PC. With its instant-on capability and a full keyboard that is large enough for comfortable touch-typing, extensive amounts of data can be entered quickly and with greater ease than touch-screen-only PDA devices. The combination of its size-about half that of a typical laptop-and its light weight makes the Netbook Pro ideal for mobile computing applications.

Software:
  • Microsoft Windows CE.NET version 4.2
  • ActiveSync Connectivity (RS232, IrDA, Bluetooth)
  • Internet Explorer 6.0
  • Inbox, Pocket On-Schedule
  • Stellent File Viewer
  • Control Panel
  • Power Manager
  • WordPad
  • Windows Media Player
  • ActiveSync
  • Remote Networking
  • Hyper Terminal
  • Calculator
  • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
  • Terminal Emulator
  • Windows Messenger
  • JEM-CE Java Virtual Machine

    Hardware:
  • Processor: Intel Xscale PXA255 400MHz
  • Memory: 32MB Flash, 128MB SDRAM
  • Display: SVGA (800x600) TFT transmissive display with CCFL backlight
  • Controls: Resistive touch screen for pen navigation; 58-key touch-type keyboard
  • Audio:AC97 Codec, 2.5mm stereo headphone/mic socket
  • Speaker for alarms, buzzes and key clicks
  • Comms: RS232 serial port Honda Connector, IrDA 1.1, USB slave routed to docking station, Mini USB 1.1 master
  • Expansion: CF card slot type I & II
  • PCMCIA card slot type I & II
  • SDIO/SD memory card/MMC card slot
  • Li-Ion battery pack (10.6V 2200mAH), 2xAAA replaceable batteries for backup

    The Netbook Pro will be available in North America and Europe at the end of October, 2003 from Psion Teklogix' sales offices, distributors and value-added resellers.


  • More information: http://www.psionteklogix.com/public.aspx?s=co...
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