Asus announces PDA with VGA LCD, Wi-Fi
By Tony Smith
Published Thursday 29th July 2004 09:59 GMT
Asus has formally launched its Wi-Fi PocketPC, the MyPal A730, in its home state of Taiwan, the company said today.
The successor to the company's A716 wireless PDA, the A730 incorporates Intel's latest XScale processor technology, a 520MHz PXA270, and runs Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition.
The A730, which was first shown last March at the CeBIT show and, in June, at Computex, sports a 3.7in 480 x 640 65,536-colour LCD. It contains 64MB of RAM (48MB of which is user-accessible) and 64MB of Flash ROM. The PDA offers both a CompactFlash and an SDIO/MMC slot for expansion.