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>> Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Originally regarded as little more than Microsoft's answer to Palm, the Windows Mobile (formerly Pocket PC) operating system has come into its own. In February 2007, Microsoft released Windows Mobile 6 and brought a collection of noteworthy improvements, including added functionality to the Calendar and Contacts applications and an email search function.

With each subsequent OS upgrade comes more enhancements to make hand helds and smart phones easier to use. The Windows Mobile operating system syncs with Microsoft Outlook and only Microsoft Outlook (though a third party program called The Missing Sync allows for synchronization with Macintosh systems).

The recently updated ActiveSync utility makes this a seamless, nearly instantaneous affair, though Microsoft inexplicably removed a few desirable features, like the option to sync your PDA with your computer via Wi-Fi.

While Windows Mobile provides robust business productivity, it also provides superb multimedia functions.

Smart phones or PDAs running Windows Mobile can play DRM protected music, videos, and even streaming television if your service provider has that capability.

  • Dimensions (W x D x H) 2 in x 0.6 in x 3.9 in
  • Weight 4.2 oz
  • Built in devices Camera, Digital player
  • Color Pitch black
Operating System and Software
  • OS provided Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0
  • Flash memory installed 128 MB
Input Device
  • Input device type Stylus, Touch screen, Navigation button
Cellular Band or mode GSM 900, 1800, 1900 (Tri-Band)

Digital Player and Recorder
  • Digital audio standards supported AAC , MP3 , AAC +
  • Display type 2.8 in TFT active matrix
  • Battery installed (max) 1 Lithium ion
  • Max supported batteries 1
  • Talk time 180 minutes
  • Power supply device Power adapter


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