CNET/Yahoo!: Linux handheld device holds 10GB
Jul 31, 2001, 20:15 (8 Talkback[s])
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"A Singapore company has unveiled a handheld device
that stores up to 10GB of data and multimedia files.
The device, dubbed the Terapin Mine, measures 7 inches by 3.2
inches by 1 inch.
Consumers can dump their digital photos into it, back up their
computer files and store digital audio. The Terapin Mine also can
be connected to a corporate LAN (local area network) and used as a
mini file server. A PC card slot allows the use of wireless network