Summary:

I don’t know if it means Sharp will drop its Linux-based SL series of clamshell PDAs but their new W-ZERO3 (or WS0003SH depending on who you ask) is a sweet PDA.  This Pocket PC is built for action with the 416 MHz processor, 128 MB flash […]

I don’t know if it means Sharp will drop its Linux-based SL series of clamshell PDAs but their new W-ZERO3 (or WS0003SH depending on who you ask) is a sweet PDA.  This Pocket PC is built for action with the 416 MHz processor, 128 MB flash memory, 64 MB of SDRAM and a gorgeious 3.7″ VGA screen.  Throw in the W-SIM technology and you have a very nice Phone Edition running Windows Mobile 5.0

(via Akihabara News)

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