SODIFF shows off new QWERTY WiBro handheld

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Paul Miller
June 22nd, 2006
In this article: qwerty, sodiff, umpc, ux50, wibro
SODIFF shows off new QWERTY WiBro handheld
If the recent flurry of UMPCs and other such devices hasn't quite hit the sweet spot for your mobile lifestyle, SODIFF has a new WiBro device in the works with a 4.3-inch screen and a slide-out keyboard that just might do the trick. We're a bit low on deets, but while we don't know what kind of OS this thing'll run (there's a Windows key on the keyboard, for what it's worth), it does boast Internet browsing, instant messaging and email. Media capabilities are also here in force, with the included video conferencing, PMP functions, FM radio, 2 megapixel camera and IPTV. We're spotting at least SD expansion, but we don't expect too much more than WiBro connectivity with the slimness of this device -- though we'd love to be proved wrong. SODIFF is hoping for a November release, for Korea of course.
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