Motorola's TETRA emergency services PDA

Posted on Wednesday, December 07 2005 @ 7:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Engadget has some info about a new Motorola TETRA PDA which was launched last week for emergency services personnel.
So in addition to the WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and digicam support we already knew about, we can see that it’s clearly designed for the rugged work favored by our mustachioed emergency services personnel.
>br> Moto’s new PDA runs Windows Mobile 5.0, includes 128MB of SDRAM and 64MB flash which is further expandable via SD cards. Oh, and sorry ‘bout that monster antenna but thems the breaks when transmitting over the TETRA low frequency, encrypted network. But hey, it’s gonna look sweet on the utility belt, dig?
It will be available in the third quarter of 2006.

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