MC35 Enterprise Digital Assistant from Symbol

“Get all-in-one enterprise functionality in a durable pocketable deviceKeep your on-the-move workers connected, responsive and productive with the little device that offers big business functionality. This single pocketable device puts the combined power of a mobile phone, laptop, camera and bar code scanner at the fingertips of your employees, in a durable device that offers a product life that well exceeds that of the traditional consumer smartphone or PDA. And the convergence of voice and data translates into one device for employees to carry and one device for IT to manage — simplifying your mobility architecture and your capital and operational costs.Features and benefits of the MC35: Highly flexible voice functionality includes 1-to-1 and 1-to-many voice calls with speakerphone, headset and push-to-talk modes WWAN/WLAN/WPAN capabilities keep workers inside and outside the enterprise connected — from salespeople in the field to managers on the retail floor Robust mobile data capabilities include email, instant and text messaging, image capture and bar code scanning The latest in computing platforms provides the power to support nearly any enterprise application — with over 45 tested and validated applications available today Business-essential durability — passes Symbol’s industry leading drop and tumble impact tests” Check for more here:

HTC P4000 and HTC S720: EVDO Rev A enabled communicator and smartphone

“HTC and the Canadian carrier Telus have come up with two new mobile devices running Windows Mobile operating system. Communicator HTC P4000 and smartphone HTC S720 come enabled with CDMA connectivity, but more importantly have support for high-speed data with EVDO Rev A, whose abilities will be used in the services that the carrier is planning to launch a bit later. HTC P4000 is a CDMA-edition of HTC TyTN, which was a communicator with slide-out QWERTY-keyboard, 2,8-inch display with QVGA resolution, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity. HTC S720 , in its turn, is a modification of HTC S710 (Vox) for CDMA networks, coming with two keypads – numeric and slide-out thumbboard – pre-installed Windows Mobile 6 operating system, 2,4-inch display that can work in landscape and portrait modes.Both offerings are expected to hit shelves during the 2nd quarter of this year.”