NEC to Debut Pocket PC-Based Handheld
NEC Computers Inc. later today will introduce a handheld computer based on Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC operating system.NEC Computers Inc. later today will introduce a handheld computer based on Microsoft Corp.s Pocket PC operating system. The NEC MobilePro P300 Pocket PC includes both a CompactFlash Type II and a Secure Digital expansion slot, meaning customers can use add-on memory and add-on accessories such as modems or wireless LAN cards at the same time.
The device, which weighs less than seven ounces, runs on a 206MHz Intel StrongARM 32-bit RISC processor. It comes with 32MB of RAM as well as a 32MB secure digital memory add-on card.