Fancy having yet another Android device to think about choosing? Compulab might be able to help you out.
Pictured below is their newest QWERTY keyboard-equipped contraption, which not only supports Google’s open-source Android mobile OS, but also Microsoft’s Windows Mobile. It’s called the Compulab Exeda, and it’s going on sale on March.
As mentioned earlier, this handset/mobile internet device supports both Android and Windows Mobile, so this should be a boon for real productivity junkies. Though I can’t imagine myself getting anything done with all the switching from one mobile OS to another.
The Exeda sports a 3.5-inch VGA touchscreen display, full QWERTY keyboard, 520 MHz Marvell CPU and 128 MB of RAM. Built-in Wi-Fi is also on-board, and though it might sound bizarre there’s also a 10/100 Baste-T Ethernet port on this thing. Pricing info is expected to be revealed at around the same time of the Exeda’s shipment.
Via Mobile Whack
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