MAGIC smartphone boasts 8GB HDD, 512MB RAM, dual QVGA

“This phone still is denoted as ‘prototype’ but it has processor of 624 MHz – no other Windows Mobile phone features such fast processor – and it has built-in 8GB hard disk. powered by Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition processor: Intel Xscale 624 MHz with graphic accelerator 2700G3 and Video RaM connectivity standards: GSM quad band / GPRS / Wi-Fi 802.11b / EDGE / Bluetooth 2.0 / GPS / IrDA FIR 4 / USB card slot: micro-SD RAM 512 MB, ROM 512 MB, hard disk 8 GB 2 displays, both: QVGA = 320×240 pixels 2 cameras, both: 2 megapixel output: VGA Out, Print Out / USB printing dimension: 125 x 70 x 32 mm weight: 300 g QWERTY keyboard ” via

Sharp Zaurus SLC3200 with 6GB HDD

 Technology News, Electronics Buy Guide and Gadget ReviewSharp announced a new version of its Zaurus Linux PDA line. The Zaurus SL-C3200 Linux PDA with 6GB Hard drive is an upgrade to the SL-C3100 which has 4GB HDD. The specs remain pretty much the same. The PDA is powered by an Intel PXA270 Processor at 416 MHz, 64MB RAM and 128MB ROM. It’s large VGA res (640 x 480) 3.7 inch LCD display. The SL-C3200 has a QWERTY keyboard, SD and Compact Flash card slot, USB port and IRDA connectivity.For $640, the new Sharp goes on sale in Japan on March 17.More details on the sharp product page (Japanese)”. via

BenQ Siemens P51 Pocket PC Phone

“Tomorrow at the CeBIT 2006 show BenQ Mobile will introduce BenQ-Siemens P51. This is a communicator powered by Windows Mobile 5.0, it has an integrated GPS-module and the support of Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g) wireless networks.Its touchscreen features a 2.83” diagonal and QVGA (240×320 pixels) resolution. The P51 is equipped with a QWERTY-keyboard located right under the LCD, a 1.3-megapixel camera with flash and video capture function. With its SDIO slot it’s possible to plug a TV-tuner, for example. There are also Bluetooth and USB interfaces. The sales of BenQ-Siemens P51 are set for July 2006″The specs of BenQ-Siemens P51: Standards – GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and GPRS 2.83” TFT LCD, QVGA (240×320 pixels), 65K colors 1.3-megapixel camera with flash 128 MB RAM and 128 MB flash memory GPS-module SiRF Star III Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g), Bluetooth and USB SDIO slot SMS, MMS and e-mail Li-Ion 1370 mAh battery Talk time – up to 240 minutes Standby time – up to 150 hours Dimensions – 122x60x20 mm Weight – 170 g via

MyBible 4 Review for Palm OS

MyBible 4 Palm OS ReviewRecently, I moved from my Sony Ericsson’s P910i phone to the Xplore PDA Phone, I took a second look at Laridian’s Mybible 4 for Palm OS, a program which i did a review ages ago. How surprised I was that Mybible 4 is miles ahead of the older version. As I scanned through Laridian’s offerings, I decided to go for AT Roberston’s NT Word Pictures, New Bible Commentary and Tyndale’s Bible Dictionary as these modules will give me a good ‘study bible’ on the go. I must add that Mybible runs fast on the card; so do their add-on modules. For the christian, a good bible that you use all the time is so important. Not only to your IT lifestyle but to your faith as well. Use the one that is suits you best. I am looking at the Mybible 4 not just a tool to use, not even just a study bible but one that grows with me like a journal – making notes, highlighting stuff, linking it with my daily reading, Prayer Partner… a great investment of time and faith. It’s like the PC bible. First it was a novelty, then a tool; but now I cannot prepare a lesson or sermon without using it. I started with the Navigator’s Wordsearch program (in diskettes then) and later enjoyed the full Logos CD bible library a lot. I am still using the Navigator’s Lessonmaker with lots of add-ons (including Life Application bible) and currently using Swordsearcher for fast and easy search, cut and paste to my Power Point slides. Read more here:

ETEN M600 ROM 0175 Available

“If you’re an E-TEN M600 user, an English version of ROM 0175 is now available for download. An official history has not yet been made available, but some notable additions include the bundling of Skype 2.0, and some minor tweaks to Bluetooth headset performance. The Adaptation Kit Update 2.0 (AKU 2.0) is not included in this ROM, but like ROM 0170/0171, it includes A2DP and AVRCP for all you Bluetooth stereo headphone users.You can download the ROM update from Your local reseller’s site may also have it available for download. via

DualCor Portable PC is Core Duo, kind of

“This Portable PC from DualCor packs a pair of processors, but it’s not exactly Core Duo technology, and neither is its price. You’ll get a 1.5 GHz laptop chip to run Windows, in addition to a 400 MHz mobile processor. To conserve battery life, the Portable PC only makes use of one processor at a time.Despite its small stature, this device comes feature packed. The touchscreen display is an adequate 800 x 480 pixels, but if you want to make use of a bigger screen, the VGA port makes it easy. Other notable highlights include a pointer stick and 3 USB ports.Not a heck of a lot else is known about the DualCor Portable PC, but it seems to want to fit into a niche market right in between the ultra-portable Blackberry and the more powerful notebook computers. And with a price of a mere $1500 for this DualCor unit, that Origami project we’ve been hearing about might have to rework a few kinks.” via