The HTC Advantage will be availible in the USA soon. The PDA comes with GSM/GPRS/ EDGE connectivity and also has Tri-band UMTS/HSDPA connectivity. It also has an in-built GPS navigation system with the HTC VueFLO nav system. Hardware specs include an 5 inch VGA touch display, QWERTY keyboard( detachable, really), 8GB hard drive, 256MB of flash memory and a 128MB main memory. HTC Advantage sports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
We still don’t know anything about price and launch date.
Iriver’s mother company Reigncom is going to show 12 new products at CES (as rumored).
Like W10 with Wi-Fi, VoIP, an MP3 player, and a map system created together with Navteq. The W10 will store 10 maps of American cities, a list of restaurants, shopping malls, 200,000 hotels, etc.
Or Clix 2 with its AMOLED screen and 2 to 6GB of internal memory. That Unit 2 (see photos below) seems to be quite a delicious gadget.
Apple iPhone is a quadband convergence phone with EDGE support, that allows users to do almost everything while looking stylish and staying on the cutting edge.
Dimensions: 115 x 61 x 11.6 mm
Weight: 136 grams
Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
OS: Mac OS X mobile
800×480 320×480 3.5 inch VGA (not 800×480 as stated before)
Wifi 802.11 b/g
Navigation: touchscreen with multi-touch support
Camera: 2 megapixel
Internal storage: 8Gb
3.5 mm for headphones/handsfree
Recommended price: $499 for a 4GB model, or an 8GB model for $599.
No, no GPS, sorry.
HP has unveiled a spanking new handheld GPS navigation unit that looks extremely good. The iPAQ rx5000 Travel Companion fits into your palm comfortable, boasting a 3.5″ anti-glare touchscreen LCD display and is powered by the SiRFStar III GPS chipset. Additional features include integrated WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
There is a marketing terra incognito between Phone/PDAs and ultraportable notebooks into which exploratory forays seem to disappear forever: it is the form factor of no return, better known as “UMPC with a keyboard”. The HTC Athena X7500 hopes to conquer this undiscovered country and become its King.
GPS navigation systems would seem to be a great tool for amateur adventurers, but most of them couldn’t endure the trials of the average outdoor day trip. But Magellan’s eXplorist XL GPS receiver is designed specifically to survive such expeditions — and make sure you do as well.
The Magellan eXplorist XL boasts a 3.5??? high contrast color TFT LCD display that makes viewing data under bright, direct sunlight a cinch - quite unlike other LCD displays that feature washed out colors under the sun??