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ExtremeTech: Review: YOPY 3700 Linux PDA

Jan 27, 2004, 04:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"In my last PDA column, I examined the Sharp Zaurus SL-C760 Linux PDA. No look at Linux PDAs, however, could reasonably ignore the YOPY 3700 from G.mate, one of Sharp's main competitors in the Linux PDA market. There aren't too many contenders around right now, so the YOPY is an important addition to this product space.

"The first thing we noticed about the YOPY was that it's a bit fatter than our iPAQ. It has a flip-top display--which (unfortunately) doesn't swivel around like the Zaurus--and a built-in QWERTY keyboard. The 65,536-color display was good, but not quite as bright as our iPAQ's. We could get by with it, though, if we had to..."

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