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MSI Unveils New MS-2500 Windows CE PDA

MSI™, one of the worlds leading motherboard, graphics card, and computer peripheral manufacturers in the world, unveiled its new Windows® CE PDA —the MS-2500 —offering unsurpassed performance and expandability to meet the widest range of handheld computing needs.

The new MS-2500 gives customers the ultimate blend of performance, connectivity and expandability and offers standard CF, SD slots for integrated memory expansion. The MS-2500 also combines high performance with a superb user interface, putting maximum power and convenience into the palm of your hand – it incorporates the Intel® StrongARM 206MHz processor, the fastest available – and features a sleek, elegant design. The MS-2500 provides easy synchronization with your office or home PC through the aid of an enhanced built-in infrared (IR), USB, RS-232 ports and it works with thousands of applications and options from a broad community of solution providers. Thanks to a super-bright 3.5-inch TFT LCD supporting 65,536 colors and a large 240 x 320 pixel resolution, the MS-2500 makes digital images and fonts displayed on supporting applications appear with eye-popping clarity, indoors and out.

Main Features for the MS-2500:

Memory: 32MB SDRAM, 32MB Flash ROM
Powered by 206MHz Intel® StrongARM™ SA-1110 processor – the fastest available
A 3.5-inch LCD TFT 65K color display with backlights 240 x 320 pixels
Battery: Lithium-ion polymer rechargeable battery (internal)
The integrated Compact Flash (CF) and Secure Digit (SD) card slot, provides increased file storage and expandability capabilities
Easy synchronization with your office or home PC through the aid of an enhanced built-in infrared (IR), USB, RS-232 ports
Built-in microphone device for easy recording — it’s easy to load music files on the device and play MP3 music — enjoy your music wherever you go



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