Techworld: Sharp Piles Linux PDA with Features
Oct 15, 2004, 17:30 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Sharp has added a hard-disk drive to its latest Zaurus PDA, and
is now considering selling the Linux-based device abroad.
"The SL-C3000 PDA contains a 4GB hard-disk drive from HGST--
about 30 times bigger than its previous PDA model, the SL-C860,
which had 128MB of Flash memory.
"'We wanted to put in a hard disk before, but they were too big
and too heavy,' said Hirohide Nakagawa, group general manager of
Sharp's information and communication systems business