Asustek is getting serious about improving the looks of its cellular handsets. One example of such efforts is Asus Z801 Karaoke Phone. Now it looks like it has another beauty – new PDA phone – in the works. And even before it was officially announced, this smartphone already managed to snatch one of the most prestigious design awards. At least that’s what the iF Design Awards product gallery is telling us.
Named Pegasus this super slim (15.4 mm) Windows Mobile gadget combines phone, PDA and GPS navigation system into one sleek package. It has a numeric keypad, jog dial and allows for simple one handed control. The camera body is finished with brushed aluminum and diamond-cut edges to accentuate superior taste and a feeling of luxury.
No further details are available at this time. But it’s almost as good looking though much more functional then the new LG Prada KE850 TouchScreen cellphone and the name of this PDA phone (Pegasus was the original name of Asustek. They dropped first 3 letters for higher directory listings) makes me wonder just what plans Asus has for Pegasus future
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