Compulab’s Exeda comes with Android, support for Windows Mobile

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

Author: David Gonzales

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  • craig0r

    You know.. the computer you typed this article on can run Windows, Linux, BeOS, Solaris, BSD, and a lot more. How did you even get this article done, what with all the switching between OS's?

  • craig0r

    You know.. the computer you typed this article on can run Windows, Linux, BeOS, Solaris, BSD, and a lot more. How did you even get this article done, what with all the switching between OS's?