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There’s actually nothing "spartan" about the GMS P630, a new handheld computer specifically for the military, and perhaps millionaires that like to act out James Bond movies. For only $3,400, you too can be 007 or General Patton by using the preliminary device that sports: – […]

P630There’s actually nothing "spartan" about the GMS P630, a new handheld computer specifically for the military, and perhaps millionaires that like to act out James Bond movies. For only $3,400, you too can be 007 or General Patton by using the preliminary device that sports:

- Up to 1.2GHz+ Intel Pentium®-M processor with up to – 2MB of L2 Cache
- Ultra small footprint 6.5”x3.0”X0.5” not including Battery and Display
- Up to 2GB of 266MHz DDR SDRAM
- 64MB of RAM
- OpenGL® and Direct-X® support
- 802.11g Wireless Ethernet
- Touch-screen and LCD panel with backlight support
- 60 GB HDD and CompactFlash
- Line in/out Audio for Voice recognition
- Support for conduction or convection cooling

Of course, as you’re playing real-life "Call of Duty", you’ll need to know where you are, which is why an integrated GPS radio is available as well. Of interesting note: the product page indicates that the power requirements are as low as only 8W. Oh and no mention if you military types can play Sudoku on it.

(via UMPC News)

-kct

  1. Anton P. Nym Friday, May 19, 2006

    Never mind Sudoku… can the Spartan play Halo?

    *grin*

    — Steve

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