Comments on: Information on the Next Intel XScale Processors

Intel has disclosed a few broad technical details of its next-generation of Intel XScale based processors to be used in mobile phones, PDAs and other wireless devices. The upcoming processors, code named "Bulverde," will add several new features that will help devices to capture higher quality pictures, improve battery life and multimedia performance.
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killah fury @ 9/22/2003 4:09:29 AM #
sounds good

RE: first post
jodihansen @ 9/22/2003 5:30:22 AM #
It does sound good. Its great how PDA/Mobile Phone processors are really taking off. The only problem is that it makes me want to update my Palm more often.
Seriously though, I love getting a new Palm. :)
I cannot wait for the T|T3, but then it will not be long before the next one comes out and then I will want that one. lol


RE: first post
ArPonn @ 9/22/2003 8:04:39 AM #
Indeed !

By the way, about changing of Palm... I'm planning to buy the new TREO 600.

Do you guys have any idea if bluetooth will be integrated in this device? If not, does a bluetooth SD card will enable a wireless headset ? Will it require a specific driver ?


RE: Tungsten T3
killah fury @ 9/22/2003 5:53:57 PM #
Info, specs and pictures here!

PDA + separate phone or smartphone

DJS_TX @ 9/22/2003 8:16:24 AM #
It's cool stuff like this that keeps me with two separate devices. If I wait for this technology to be incorporated in a smartphone it will be 2-3 years before the product is built, tested, approved, and marketed.

But if I buy it as a standalone PDA this stuff will be hitting the market in 1 year. Much as I like a superphone idea, as long as the time to market sucks as bad as it does, I'll be carrying two devices.


RE: PDA + separate phone or smartphone
Strider_mt2k @ 9/22/2003 8:54:16 AM #
I think i'll let them build the kind of features I want and shake out the bugs before I go for a PDA/Phone.

RE: PDA + separate phone or smartphone
Doo @ 9/22/2003 9:33:45 AM #
I like to keep my pda and phone sperate too. Big screen on a pda makes for small room in my pocket. But a small cell with blue tooth and pda makes for a great combo.




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