GPRS Mini Notebook

Posted: Jun 5 2003, 9:38am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:51pm CDT, in Portable Devices


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GPRS Mini Notebook

Zupera Technology (Special Economic Zone of Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China) announced today two new Mini Notebooks with GPRS built-in.

The New models Smartbook-7c and Smartbook-8XP include an embedded GPRS dual mode module (single SIM, 900MHz / 1800MHz) to meet standard global wireless platforms. The Smartbooks feature an integrated keyboard (English), two pointing devices, stylus pen, touch screen, and tablet software tools.
Optional accessories include 12V car charger and carry bag.

The Smartbook-7c, incorporates a 7” XGA Touch Screen, low-power Intel Strong ARM, removable data storage via CF port, embedded with Windows CE.NET, and familiar Microsoft Pocket tools (Outlook, Browser, Excel, Word, etc.).

The Smartbook-8XP, incorporates an 8.9” XGA Touch Screen, high speed, energy-efficient and fan-less Transmeta Crusoe 800MHz, 20GB form-fitted and shock resistant 2.5” Hard Drive, removable data storage via CF port, and runs Windows XP Home Edition or Professional with handwriting recognition of Tablet tool software.

I guess they look for OEMs. Send inquiries to

See Also: Zupera Tablet PC

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