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SDG's Bluebird Pidion line is nothing new -- nor is its ultra-rugged BIP-6000 handheld computer -- but what is new is Android compatibility. Previously equipped with Windows Mobile 6.1, the beastly machine rolls on a Marvell PXA320 at 806MHz with GSM / HSDPA voice and data, a 3 megapixel cam, barco

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Bluebird's one of those manufacturers we don't hear a heck of a lot from, but it warms our heart to hear that they're alive, well, and equipped with fresh wares that were demoed at CeBIT last week. The latest device in its Pidion series is the BM-350, looking a heck of a lot cleaner than the BM-500

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If you're in Germany this week and have a chance to hit the CeBIT show, you may be able to peep the new BlueBird BM-500 WM Smartphone (yes, it's Windows Mobile 5-based). This bar handset -- part of the PIDION line -- features a rather nice 2.8 inch touch-screen, EV-DO data speeds, built-in 802.11b

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If you don't mind not having a phone mixed up in your PDA device, you couldn't do much better than Bluebird's upcoming BM300 for a Windows Mobile 5.0 unit. Not only does the handheld pack in a 2.8-inch QVGA display, T-DMB, a 520MHz Intel PXA270 CPU, 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, an SD slot and 512MB

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It takes a pretty special phone-less PDA to pique our interest these days, and even though Korean manufacturer BlueBird's new Pidion BM-300 doesn't really push the envelope in areas like processor speed or screen resolution, the fact that they threw a DMB tuner into the mix puts this model in some

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