Deeda Pi: another iPhone “killer”
While browsing the web I came upon an interesting Website called deeda.com. It has some impressive, iPhonish multimedia devices on display.
Two of them – Deeda Menx and Deeda Kiku – are interesting multimedia players with cool full screen user interfaces. But what really got my attention, was the Deeda Pi gadget:
Deeda.com has some impressive flash video demos for Pi, which according to them is:
Deeda Pi is the next generation of portable consumer multimedia devices that include multiple applications and Graphical User Interfaces for integrating entertainment, communication, organization, and Internet capabilities all in one device. The deeda Pi not only has a high resolution proximity touch based screen, with a vibration touch feedback mechanism for realistic tactile response and detailed multimedia functions, but also has a unique operating system which integrates online with deeda.com for automatically updating, uploading and sharing with your friends all your multimedia files in real-time. The world’s first portable social networking devices connect you with your friends and family like never before. Welcome to the most advanced communication and entertainment devices in the world.
Deeda Pi spec sheet says that in addition to a cool high res. touchscreen with vibration feedback, the device will come with either 4 or 8 GB flash or 30/60 GB HDD built-in, 2 (front VGA and back 2 mpx) cameras, 3 band GSM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and UWB connectivity. It will have up to 4 hrs browsing, 5 hrs talk and 12 days of standby time.
Deeda Pi will be available from Cingular and T-Mobile and will run on Deeda MOS-OS operating system, preloaded with Mozilla Firefox 2.0, IM and VoIP software and various productivity apps.
And all of these goodies will come in a package thinner then an iPhone itself.
Sounds too good to be true? Yeah, to me too… Especially after browsing through the overhyped “iPod/Google/YouTube Killer” press releases of the past few years from deeda.com corporate owner Brevisys Technologies.
Discovered vie: Mobile-review