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Monday, 21 January 2008 17:00

New ETEN Glofish V900 PDA details emerged

Written by Enis Abazovic


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If ETEN
is going to show us something new at the 3GSM Conference in Barcelona in February, it will definitely be the Glofiish V900 PDA. Apart from the ordinary PocketPC device, this one sports many TV and Radio broadcast standards such as DVB-H and T-DMB. It should also support DAB digital radio as well as DVB-T terrestrial TV.

 

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The V900 has a Samsung 667MHz processor and 128MB of RAM. All the specs are not confirmed yet and we don't know if the device will have a touch screen or GPS chip onboard.

We will tell you more after we've visit ETEN's booth in Barcelona.

 

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