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Old 11-30-2000, 03:10 PM   #1
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This thing looks like it could be pretty neat. A picture would have been nice though. Here is a little snippet.
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Besides having loaded Linux operating system, this smart phone (brand name; Palmi) that incorporates the functions of both cellular phone and PDA, also provides strong multimedia functionalities including animation, MP3, video communication, to name a few. In addition, with the help of its Bluetooth that enables high-speed wireless communication, playing network games among appliances is made possible.
The full story is avaiable here - http://www.palmpalm.com/press/en_press_index_3.html
 
  


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