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Compulab exeda

Earlier this month, Compulab unveiled an interesting mobile device capable of running either Windows Mobile and Google Android. Compulab describes the upcoming exeda both as an enterprise digital assistant (EDA) and an extensible handheld, featuring high usability, abundant connectivity and the aforementioned choice of operating systems.

The exeda is powered by a 520MHz Marvell PXA270 processor and supports Windows Mobile 6.1, Google Android, Windows CE 6 and Angstrom Linux. It comes with a choice of connectivity options (including quad-band GSM/GPRS, CDMA or 3G UMTS), 3.5-inch VGA touchscreen display, a backlit QWERTY keyboard, a capacitive touchpad that acts like a mouse, 128MB RAM and 1GB ROM (2 x 512MB modules), GPS with built-in and external antennas, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, a 2MP camera, built-in microphone and speaker, 3.5mm headphone jack, an Ethernet port and 2 USB ports, a microSDHC card slot, and a 3000mAh battery. It measures 126 by 96 by 16 millimeters.

Compulab expects that the exeda will be available for purchase starting in March. Pricing will be provided at that time.

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