With the Linux-powered Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, you can browse your favorite sites and catch up on your email – from right where you are. Whether you’re relaxing on the sofa or enjoying the moment at your favorite caf�, if you have broadband access over WI-FI the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet gives you instant wireless access to the Web. You can also stream files, tune in to Internet radio, News Reader, or play your favorite videos and music.
Thermo Life is a new, unique, small and compact Low Power Thermoelectric Generator (“LPTG”) and viable energy source for low-powered devices such as micro sensor systems, ZigBee chipsets, wearable electronics, implantable medical devices, active RFID tags and numerous other applications. Thermo Life is a micro-technology device that produces power (currently 3V) by converting heat into electrical energy, and is the culmination of eight years of research and development. The new generation, round-shaped Thermo Life measures 9.3 mm in diameter, and weighs 230 mg, nearly 50% lighter and smaller than the original Thermo Life device.
The Computer Flash Computer provides a miniature computing platform in a standard form factor as well as a structure enabling commercially available Compact Flash cards for expansion and flexibility The Compact Flash Computer is only 3 x 37 x 5 mm and utilizes Motorola’s Coldfire MFC5272 processor. The on-board flash memory file system provides storage for the operating system (ucLinux) and user applications. Expansion is via a 16 bit bus compatible with Compact Flash devices. Up to eight devices can be integrated into a system using the Bus Extension Unit (CF type II device).
The Toradex Colibri is a computer module based on the Intel XScale� processor PXA270. It fits the size and the shape of a SODIMM memory module and provides almost all standard interfaces that a modern embedded device requires. The module comes with Windows CE or Embedded Linux and dissipates only a small fraction of a notebook PC’s electrical power. One-offs start at only EUR 99!
The new 2.3 lb. Pepper Pad from Pepper Computer is the first wireless portable device designed specifically for all the broadband activities consumers want to do most: browse the Web, e-mail and IM with friends, listen to music, watch videos, share photos and create personal journals. Incorporating a 8.4 inch color display with touch screen, it offers a far richer viewing experience than small-screen PDAs or phones and much less maintenance than complex laptops, the Pepper wireless pad is the solution that millions of broadband users really need.
The E680i Linux MP3 Cameraphone is based on MontaVista Linux, Trolltech’s Qt/Embedded graphics framework, and Sun’s J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) Java virtual machine. The E680i features an internal user storage capacity of “up to 50MB,” Motorola says, along with support for removable Transflash chips. Additionally, the E680i adds a full Opera mobile browser, which supports both WAP and HTML
The Linux-based Zaurus SL-6000 PDA is supported by IBM middleware and Sprint wireless services for connecting with enterprise apps from most anywhere. Sharp’s new 640×480 high-brightness VGA display tops the list of hardware enhancements, along with “laptop-like” performance and a ruggedized case. The SL-6000 also incorporates the Opera 7 web browser.
The Archos PMA400 includes an LCD touchscreen that supports VGA (640 x 480) or D1 (720 x 480) resolutions. The built-in Hitachi hard drive has a capacity of 30GB, and additional storage devices — along with peripherals such as digital cameras and keyboards — can be connected through a USB 2.0 host port. The device’s Linux environment is based on Qtopia, so the device should be capable of running much of the software developed for Sharp’s Zaurus. The device measures 125 x 78 x 20 mm (4.9″ x 3.1″ x 0.8″) and weighs just 280 g (9.9 oz).
Measuring a mere 12cm x 12cm and combining the highly efficient, very low power, VIA Eden-N processor and VIA CN400 digital media chipset, the VIA EPIA N-Series Nano-ITX mainboard provides an unequalled visual experience for smart digital media and mobile entertainment devices. The VIA EPIA N features support for up to 1GB of DDR400/333/266 memory. It also offers a comprehensive range of integrated storage, multimedia and connectivity options, including Serial ATA, UltraDMA IDE, USB 2.0, onboard LAN and V-RAID. The board also includes support for VIA Vinyl Six-TRAC 6-channel audio through 3 audio jacks in the I/O panel. The VIA EPIA N-Series also offers support for a growing number of LVDS embedded LCD panels and has a Mini-PCI slot for expandability.
The OQO model 01 ultra personal computer (uPC) is a fully-functional Windows XP computer. It has a 1GHz processor, a 20GB hard drive, 256MB of RAM, a color transflective display, and integrated wireless, as well as Fire Wire and USB ports. Just 4.9 inches long, 3.4 inches wide, .9 inches thin, and weighing only 14 ounces, the model 01 can fit in a pocket or purse and go with you anywhere. For easy typing and cursor control it has a complete thumb keyboard with TrackStik and mouse buttons as well as digital pen and thumbwheel.
The Tiqit (ticket) handheld XP personal computer provides full notebook PC functionality in a PDA-class device. The Tiqit is designed for mobile professionals who require ubiquitous, fully functional, enterprise level applications and rich information wherever they work—on the trading floor, on the road, down the hall, in the warehouse, or in the field.