Tapwave Riding The Next Wireless Wave?

Posted: Oct 19 2003, 10:52am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:02pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Tapwave Riding the Next Wireless Wave?
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We reported about the new mobile game contender Tapwave in May the first time.

Tapwaves Zodiac Game Console is based on the Palm OS 5. To make sure they have enough games, they released an SDK for developers.

Tapwave will offer two models – the Zodiac1 for $299 (32MB of internal RAM) and the Zodiac2 for $399 (128MB of internal RAM).

Tapwave Zodiac – is available for pre-order and should start shipping in October.

I will be attending a Venture Lab Event in Palo Alto this week titled: Mobile Gaming: Riding the Next Wireless Wave.
Tapwave's Founder & Sr.VP of Marketing Byron Connell is speaking. Should be interesting. I will post about the event.

I guess the Nokia n-Gage not so hot market entry will be a topic.

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