- Memory: 64MB SDRAM (46MB user accessible), 32MB Flash ROM
- Processor: 400MHz Intel X-scale Processor
- Transflective Colour TFT LCD [64,000 Colours]
- SDIO Secure Digital Expansion Slot - also works with MMC [multimedia cards]
- Compact Flash [CF] Expansion Slot - also suitable for Microdrives
- Screen Dimensions: 240x320 pixel touch screen
- Power: Removable rechargeable 1000 mAh Lithium-Ion battery
- 3.5mm Headphone Jack
- Microphone/Speaker can be used as a dictaphone
- Dimensions: [w]76.4 x [h]115.4 x [d]15.4 mm
- Weight: 144.2g
This is an interesting spec. at the moment you can get 1gb SDRAM and the PSP has USB 2 ports so you can connect keyboard, mouse etc. I suppose a PDA could also do that but the HP PDA doesn't support USB at the moment.
But it is like a mini computer from five years ago (cool!!!
). Anyhow, I suppose that the PDA would need a 64 mb graphic card (minimum) and a Intel Celeron or similar processor.
This is interesting, furthermore, it would require an operating system that could be ungraded from the net. Therefore, this would need a wifi connection and the option for normal internet connection.
Any ideas how to get small technology from the usual suppliers for like a PDA?