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I'm looking for OEM handhelds manufacturers, ie some
vendors which sell partially or fully assembled
handhelds computers on specification, to be put into
customized enclosures.
The ideal platform is a ARM (or x86) compatible
processor at 200/400 MHz, has a high quality touch
screen, 802.11 and Bluetooth working at the same time,
one host usb port and SD/MMC and/or CF expansion
capabilities.
The compatibility with Linux is also required.

Could anybody provide some pointers?
Thanks in advance.


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Take a look at Two Technologies:
http://www.2t.com/products/hhc/hhc.html

or QSI:
http://www.qsicorp.com /

--Gene

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There could be an opportunity to convince Sharp to enter the medium
range PDA market again. The spec essentially is like a SL-5500/5600
device.

Other contacts might be found through http://www.globalsources.com

-- hns

If you want to use a new (Macintosh based) application development kit
using  Linux, X11 and GNUstep for ARM processors, please consider
myPDA (or http://www.dsitri.de/wiki.php?page=DigitalCompanion )

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Somebody's advertising in the back of Circuit Cellar:

http://www.zexus.com.hk

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If you find a PDA with a USB host, please let me know.

remove 'yomama' to reply.

Bob

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I have read in some forum about an USB-Host card in Compact Flash
format that appears to work with the Sharp Zaurus. Could also work
with other PDAs - as long as a kernel driver supports USB.

hns
http://www.dsitri.de/wiki.php?page=myPDA-Zaurus-Edition

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There are two that I'm aware of, the CFU1U from RATOC www.ratocsystems.com
and the Solar Express from www.twin-paradox.com

Bob

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