ZDNet UK: Sharp Shows Off Clamshell Linux PDA
Nov 21, 2002, 14:30 (8 Talkback[s])
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"Sharp has introduced a new model of its Zaurus handheld
computer, sporting a VGA-resolution display, QWERTY keyboard that
can be folded away behind the device, and a screen that displays in
both portrait and landscape modes.
"The SL-C700, to be sold in Japan from 14 December, is Sharp's
latest handheld based on the Linux operating system, specifically a
distribution from Embedix. The screen can be opened up to expose a
laptop-style QWERTY keyboard, or twisted around and folded back for
displaying data after the fashion of a portrait-mode PDA..."