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Toshiba announced the e400 and e800 Pocket PCs
Posted on 24-Oct-2003 08:05 | Filed under: News


Toshiba announced the e400 and e800 Pocket PCs
The Toshiba Pocket PC e800 is a feature-rich PDA designed for those who desire a compact data device to store valuable data and keep connected to the Internet or local area network. Packaged in an all-new blue design with a bright 4.0" diagonal display, the Pocket PC e800/805 includes built-in wireless connectivity, voice-over IP capability and easy-to-use hands-free applications such as text-to-speech and voice command for added convenience and versatility. The e805 runs Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC Premium Edition on a 400 MHz Intel Xscale PXA263 processor. It offers 128 MB of RAM, 32 MB of ROM, and 32 MB of NAND Flash ROM for extra storage.

The e800 comes with a 4-inch VGA screen supporting 480X640, the first Pocket PC to offer this resolution. It uses an ATI Graphics Controller with 2 MB of internal video memory.

The e805 has integrated Wi-Fi wireless networking and CompactFlash Type II and SD/MMC slots. It comes with a swappable 1320 mAh battery, and an optional 2640 mAh one is available.

As commented before, Toshiba is pushing the wi-fi and VoIP capabilities of this new model to the SME and enterprise markets. There's no mention on specs of what software is introduced to handlhe VoIP calls (I think it's just a SIP phone included in the software package). This model retails at US$ 599.

The Toshiba e450 runs (below, review here) Windows Mobile 2003 Professional Edition on a 300 MHz Intel XScale PXA261 processor. It has 64 MB of RAM and 32 MB of NAND Flash ROM.

It uses the standard 3.5" screen common to other Pocket PC (240 x 320 pixels). It has one SD/MMC (SD IO) and it's priced at US$299.



More information: http://www.shoptoshiba.com...







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