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Thursday, May 26, 2005

dp900 Tri-Band GPRS PDA/Phone

Another very good device that was at CeBIT was the dp900 from Dallab. Initially I was a liitle skeptical about this product but it does have some unique features like the ability to swap batteries on the fly without loosing connectivity on the phone or while surfing the web. It's well laid out screen and buttons are very simple and funtional and the swivel camera is a great feature for taking shots over the top of crowds etc.

I was able to play with one of the units and it felt very solid and well built. It runs Pocket PC and comes with a host of accessories.

All in all a very good converged device at a reasonable price of around AUD$1199.00

Check out the specs below and more info here.

Communication
GSM 900/1800/1900MHz GPRS Class 10
Dimension
100 x 65 x 18.3mm (depending on ID)
Processor
Intel PXA255 300MHz
Operating System
Microsoft Pocket PC 2003 Phone Edition
Weight
~150g
Flash Memory
64MB NAND Flash on board
Main Memory
64MB SDRAM on board
Display
3” 240 x 320 resolution
262K Colour TFT LCD Screen
Battery
1100 mAh Li-ion Polymer
Talk Time
>3 Hrs*
Standby Time
Minimum 100 hrs*
Antenna
Flip Type
Camera
Rotary CMOS Camera VGA type(180°)
Image Editing Software, Phone Caller ID
Video Capability
Software MPEG4 encode/decode
External Storage
Support SD/MMC Card
IrDA Support
SIR support
Speaker Functions
Hands free/Loud Speaker Function
Vocoder
HR/FR/EFR/AMR
Message Service
SMS/MMS
WAP Support
WAP V2.0
I/O Port/Internal Slot
I/O Connector (USB Client/DC-In)
SDIO Slot
(SDIO Now! compliance)

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