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P505 Pocket PC 2003 Phone Edition from Asus

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It seems that the ASUS are planning a new Pocket PC Phone Edition device, as the FCC have given approval for a new device from them...

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FCC has just approved ASUS P505, Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 for PocketPC Phone Edition device which somewhat resembles Sony Ericsson P900. The same phone was one of the winners of "Best Computex Awards" from Computex Taipei 2004 International Information Technology show. The ASUS P505 will feature:

    * 2.8" 65k Transflective TFT display with 320 x 240 (QVGA) resolution

    * 1.3 megapixel CMOS camera with video capture and built-in flash

    * Bluetooth and IRDA

    * SD / MMC memory expansion slot with SDIO support

    * GPRS class 10

    * Intel PXA270 416 MHz processor (version with 520 MHz CPU should able to available)

    * 64MB Flash ROM and 64MB SDRAM

    * MP3 and Video playback support

    * Microsoft ActiveSync application

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Looks pretty nice, except for the aerial and lack of WiFi :? :)

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WiFi will soon be a must for any PPC I buy I think (he says as he lovingly cradles his Jam! :))

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Hmmmm, anyone besides me who think that external antenna looks really stupid?

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WiFi will soon be a must for any PPC I buy I think (he says as he lovingly cradles his Jam! :))

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yes I must admit before ordering my Jam I was wondering if I should hold out for the BenQ maybe, but the size is just so looooovvveeeelllyyyy (plus I didn't like the the look of the BenQ keyboard).

I picked up a sandisk 256/wifi sd card and I'm just as happy. It's no real hardship to carry, and it seems to give much better signal strength than any other device I have with built in WiFi...

- spacerace -

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Hmmmm, anyone besides me who think that external antenna looks really stupid?

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I'm with you there Crispy

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This is quote old news now, I posted this in June!

http://www.msmobilenews.com/?cid=529

I like the look of it but totally agree about the lack of WiFi.

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