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LG Brings Live TV to Pocket PC
Posted on 30-Nov-2005 19:08
Windows Mobile Pocket PC
LG Electronics announced the PM80, a Pocket PC which incorporates Digital Multimedia Broadcast as one of its features.
The PM80 allows users to watch up to 2.5 hours of TV broadcast on its 3.5" QVGA LCD colour display.
The device is running Windows Mobile 2003, which also provides users with mobile versions of office applications such as Word, Excel and Outlook (including Contacts, Calendar and Email).
Based on an Intel Bulverde CPU at 412MHz, the device comes with 64MB RAM, 64MB ROM. A more advanced version also provides GPS functionality. Memory can be expanded through a SD expansion slot.
The device should be available in Korea now, with no indication of a worldwide launch. The basic unit costs US$380, and the GPS-enabled unit ships for US$570.
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