Sharp has just updated their white-hot SL-C700 series with two new models: the SL-C750 and SL-C760. The new models use the latest Intel XScale PXA255 400MHz processor, so applications launch at twice the speed of the SL-C700. The SL-C750 has more system RAM (64mb) and more flash RAM (64mb). The SL-C750 has black casing around the screen. The all-silver SL-C760 features 64mb system RAM, even more flash RAM (128mb), and an upgraded battery.
The Zaurus SL-C7xx series has an innovative swiveling screen that transforms its shape from PDA-style to laptop-style. (The Zaurus is fully-functional either way.) Once in laptop-style, you can utilize the QWERTY keyboard, with its great tactile feedback. The Sharp VGA (640×480) screen is truly awesome: bright and razor sharp. In fact, sometimes it’s so detailed it can be difficult to read the text; fortunately, there’s a built-in zoom function that allows you to zoom up on the screen in five increments. Each step is larger than the previous, but none suffers any loss of quality. The screen’s orientation automatically adjusts when swiveled. It’s a very impressive design.