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bargainPDA: Mini Review: Sharp Zaurus SL-C750

Jul 30, 2003, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Those wonderful people at Dynamism have lent us a software-customized Sharp Zaurus SL-C750 to play with for a few weeks. I was very eager to get my hands on this device and my initial impressions are very good. Well, to be quite honest, this device blew me away along with all my iPaq and Axim-toting co-workers, the moment I unpacked it...

"The SL-C750 is a clamshell design with a rotating screen, allowing the device to be used in landscape (where it looks like a very small notebook) or portrait mode (where it looks more like a generic PDA). In landscape the screen resolution is 640x480, and the brightness and clarity of this screen is absolutely outstanding. This is by far the best display I've seen on a handheld device..."

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