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Getac’s rugged PS535 PDA with GPS

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Do people still use PDAs these days? Apparently, Getac thinks so. Getac has announced its rugged PS535 PDA that is PS535 MIL-STD-801F compliant, so it can withstand vibrations and shock abuse. In fact, it can withstand 2,000 1.6-foot drops. On top of that, the PDA meets IEC-529 standards for water and dust resistance. Probably aimed at the government/military users, the PS535 features:


* 400 MHz Samsung S3C2440A processor
* 3.5″ TFT QVGA touchscreen LCD display
* Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0
* 2GB Flash memory
* 64MB of RAM
* Bluetooth
* Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g)
* SD card slot
* Mic-in and Line-out
* Battery life: 2400mAh lithium-ion; 8 hours before recharging

The Getac PS535E measures 5.7 x 3.3 x 1.2 inches and weighs 10.6 ounces. So, it’s no heftier than your average PDA. Getac has not announced pricing or availability details.


Via: WindowsForDevices

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