ASUS has posted on its support site an update for the MyPal A716 which fixes a small problem with its Wi-Fi software.
Toshiba and ASUS have officially stated that they will release in the U.S. free Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition updates for their Pocket PC models.
With the upcoming Asus MyPal A730 Pocket PC and Asus MyPal A8100 Windows Mobile Smartphone, both of which will depend upon yet to be released Microsoft and Intel technologies, Asus will take a step ahead of all other PDA devices on the market in regards to feature set. Today we take an in depth look at the MyPal A730, a VGA capable PDA with built-in 1.3MP camera and a generous dose of speed, memory and wireless capabilities (pics, specs, live CeBIT coverage included).
ASUS has issued a press release listing the products it intends to announce at the CeBIT trade show later this week, one of which is the MyPal A730.
According to a company spokesperson, ASUS plans to release in a few months a handheld with a 480-by-640-pixel display.
Asus will have their first US PDA release at the end of this month when the MyPal A716 is released. Asus is well known outside of the US and their older PDA, the A620, is still regarded as the fasted Pocket PC on the market.
A web store is already taking pre-orders for ASUS's MyPal A716, a Pocket PC with multiple forms of wireless networking and dual memory-card slots.
Recently there was word that ASUS will release the MyPal A716 Pocket PC in the U.S. in the near future. Today, however, comes the news directly from ASUS that this device won't be available in this country for several more months.
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