Archos announces the availability of the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Pocket Media Assistant PMA400.
The Linux based 30GB portable media player and PDA Archos PMA400 went on sale a couple of months ago.
The PMA400 runs QTopia a Linux version made by Trolltech for portable devices. There is a commercial version and a free version under the GNU licensing available. Applications developed with the SDK also run on the SharpZaurus PDAs like the SL-C3000.
The SDK is available on Trolltech for download. Amazon.com has the Archos PMA430 currently on sale for $688.74.
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