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Intel has announced three new processors for handhelds. The new chips promise higher performance and longer battery life in less space than previous versions.
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Which devices?

VisorMiser @ 3/25/2003 10:57:57 AM #
Any word as to what genre of devices (or companies) will use these processors? POS? PPC? All of the above?

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RE: Which devices?
Admin @ 3/25/2003 11:34:44 AM #
Sony uses the PAX250 in Palm OS 5 clies and you would expect them to most likely use the new 255 in future models. It's also rumored that Palm SG may use an intel chip in a future model.
RE: Which devices?
i2oadi2unnei2 @ 3/25/2003 11:59:52 AM #
Only if you could upgrade processor on these PDAs as easy as upgrading your PCs would be so nice... *sigh*


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RE: Which devices?
orol @ 3/25/2003 12:28:43 PM #
afaik PXA263 is supposed to be in the new samsung palm os 5 phone. furthermore this smartphone should have be embedded with 32mb ram what could also prove that it has PXA263 ..
but the best thing is the intel strataflash memory .. because it's basically ram but without power it acts like rom ..

RE: Which devices?
madmaxmedia @ 3/25/2003 12:32:14 PM #
Somone has successfully swapped the 255 for the 250 I believe in some PocketPC's (from reading some boards yesterday).

I also read that Dell has quietly substituted the 255 into their PDA's, there doesn't seem to be absolute confirmation of this though.

So perhaps you can pay some ridiculous amount to swap in your POS or PPC soon?


RE: Which devices?
stephen007 @ 3/25/2003 1:10:00 PM #
Hmmm... not sure I like "Palm OS" being shortened to POS. ;-)

Stephen

RE: Which devices?
big_raji @ 3/25/2003 1:16:21 PM #
> Hmmm... not sure I like "Palm OS" being shortened
> to POS. ;-)
>
> Stephen

Ouch! I'm sure it can be an abbreviation for many other things that are much nicer than what you're thinking...

Of course, I can't seem to think of any right now.


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By July

graph @ 3/25/2003 1:22:41 PM #
Do you think new pdas using these new processors will be available by july?

i know its a short time but maybe intel detailed announcements on this?

RE: By July
mikecane @ 3/25/2003 5:22:50 PM #
Well, duh. They just announced the PXA255 now -- and Toshiba's been shipping their PXA255-based e755 for over a week. So, yes, odds are Sony will plop it in a CLIE for this summer -- if only to help speed up that pathetic dog of their software, CLIE Viewer!

RE: By July
graph @ 3/25/2003 5:49:54 PM #
thats great then. thanks for the info.. i plan to get one a few months from now.

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