Dual-CPU using PDA set for release in March

By Justin Mann on January 6, 2006, 7:28 PM
Another goodie announced at CES, DualCor demoed a dual-cpu (not SMP) multi-booting PDA/Handheld PC combo. Set for release in March, the device uses a 400MHz Intel PXA263 for one mode running Windows Tablet PC Edition, and a 1.5GHz VIA C7-M for the other. With a battery life of 12 hours while running tablet, more than enough(reduced to 3 hours running in XP), shared storage space and a size only slightly larger than a PDA with an ample screen, it's definitely one of those high tech things that us true geeks will love. It supports WiFi as well, CF and USB 2, Bluetooth and more. It has a touchscreen and a small mouse control built in. Read more, this is great stuff.

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