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Old 14-01-2009
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Compulab exeda Android WinMo handheld

CompuLab introduces exeda – an extensible handheld – a mobile device with high usability, abundant connectivity – both wireless and wired, a novel extension mechanism and a choice of operating systems.

exeda is designed to serve as an enterprise digital assistant (EDA). Comprised of embedded components, the exeda has guaranteed long-term availability and can be custom configured when ordered in volume.

Software developers will appreciate exeda's special development platform. exeda offers to developers -
  • Open source u-boot bootloader
  • Detailed hardware and software documentation
  • Full BSP's
  • 10/100Base-T Ethernet port
  • JTAG interface
  • RS-232
  • Unlocked SIM

Usability
exeda incorporates a 3.5" VGA sun-readable display with a touch screen, five row, full QWERTY keypad with backlight and a unique capacitive touchpad acting as a mouse. This makes exeda ideal for reading, browsing and data entry.

Connectivity
  1. A choice of wireless voice/data modem – quad band GSM/GPRS, CDMA or 3G UMTS
  2. 802.11g WLAN
  3. Bluetooth V2.0 + EDR
  4. 2 USB ports
  5. RS-232 port

CompuLab provides an extension with -
  • 100Base-T Ethernet through RJ45 connector
  • SDIO socket
  • JTAG header

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Re: Compulab exeda Android WinMo handheld


Other connectivity devices for exeda will be provided by 3rd parties.
Other features
  • Marvell PXA270 520MB CPU
  • 128MB RAM
  • 2 banks of internal FLASH, 512MB each
  • 2MP camera with flash
  • GPS with built-in and external antennas
  • MicroSD socket with SDHC support
  • Built-in microphone and speaker + 3.5mm stereo jack
  • High capacity 3000mAh battery

Extension
exeda functionality can be extended with an extension board inside the device. Extension boards may be designed by a 3rd party.
CompuLab will publish the electrical and mechanical interface and provides a reference extension board with full schematics.

Operating Systems
exeda supports Windows Mobile 6.1, Android, Windows CE 6 and Angstrom Linux.
Other operating systems may be supported in the future.

Dimensions
4.9” x 3.7” x 0.6” (126 mm x 96 mm x 16 mm)

Availability
exeda will be available for purchase in March '09. Pricing will be published upon availability.
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Re: Compulab exeda Android WinMo handheld

Specs

CPU PXA270 520MHz

Connectivity [list][*]GSM/GPRS or CDMA or UMTS [*]WLAN 802.11b/g [*]Bluetooth V2.0+EDR[*]100BaseT Ethernet (with extension) [*]

GPS Sirf III with built-in + external antenna

I/O
  • 2 USB ports - OTG + Host
  • RS232

Display
  • 3.5” LTPS VGA Transflective (sun readable) w/ touchscreen

Keypad
  • Full qwerty 5 rows (56 keys) with backlight
  • Touchpad Capacitive ?” Synaptics touchpad

Audio
  • Built-in speaker and mic
  • 3.5mm stereo jack

Camera 2MP with flash
Memory 128MB SDRAM
Storage 2 x 512MB FLASH microSD (SDHC)


O/S Support
  • Windows Mobile
  • Android (community support)
  • Windows CE 6
  • Angstrom Linux

Battery 3.7V, 3000mAH – 11 Wh
  • Application specific extension board
  • Can be custom designed Sample board with Ethernet, SD and JTAG available
  • Dimensions 4.9” x 3.7” x 0.6” (126 mm x 96 mm x 16 mm)
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Re: Compulab exeda Android WinMo handheld

i would Completely in favour of Remote Desktop software for WinMobile 6.1 it is working computer on the run and portable And it doesn't matter how ugly it looks. It has a great potential to be better than Blackberry for at least some corporate users
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Re: Compulab exeda Android WinMo handheld

yup according to me this phone has great potential the keypad need some working on it , but the rest is nice. and that too quad band, ould be nice for me as I have VZW back in the USA through my parents but live in Europe.
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