Paul, did you get a chance to see the "Project Legionnaire" at the i-mate booth? This also looks quite interesting, even if it is a Pro phone. It is tinier even than my Touch Diamond, so they will have to have some significant finger optimizations (6.5?) if it is to be useable. ADVERT LINK REMOVED
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Hmm... Curiouser and curiouser. WMPoweruser
is now reporting that the Legionnaire is
a Windows Mobile 6.5 handset with modern specifications like WVGA screen, HSDPA, GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi, microSDHC slot etc and it is supposed to act also as a touchpad when you slide it in the Warrior.
So, what is the Warrior? Well they say it is
actually a very innovative device, as is it is basically a dock with a 10-inch XVGA screen, a dedicated battery, SD Card reader instead of a Hard Disk and an array of several ports, including HDMI. As for the for the task of providing processing power, this is up to second device that i-Mate revealed, the Legionnaire.
So, something like the Redfly but even more integrated? The estimated price is Warrior $199, Legionnaire $500.
More info at PocketLint
. Including this very professional diagram:
Edited by ZSX, 19 February 2009 - 06:13 PM.