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Toshiba Pocket PC e750 Increases Storage Capacity and Boosts Overall Performance

Toshiba Computer Systems Group, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., has introduced the Pocket PC e750 Series delivering increased storage capacity, overall performance gains and integrated wireless connectivity to benefit the mobile user in both general productivity and vertical market applications.

Of the 96MB of memory available to the customer, 32MB is dedicated NAND flash memory. Applications, files or programs stored in NAND flash memory will remain intact even if the battery of the PDA runs down or if the unit needs to be reset, providing peace of mind when storing critical data on the Pocket PC e750. Built-in CompactFlash® II and Secure Digital™ expansion slots are also included.

Complementing Toshiba’s wireless hotspots initiative, the Pocket PC e750 features built-in Wi-Fi™ (IEEE 802.11b) wireless communication allowing users to check e-mail and view files from a wireless-enabled public hotspot or other wireless location. Core to the company’s focus on mobile and wireless computing, the Toshiba Pocket PC e750 Series is prepared for voice over IP (VoIP) capabilities through an optional hands-free headset via the integrated headphone/microphone jack.

Since shipping its first handheld device in November 2001, Toshiba has continued to diversify its PDA offerings. According to Gartner Dataquest, Toshiba was the second-leading Pocket PC vendor in the United States in 2002. *

Pocket PC e750 Series Specifications

Intel® PXA255 processor with Intel XScale™ technology at 400MHz
Microsoft® Pocket PC 2002 operating system
3.8″ diagonal color transreflective display (240 x 320 resolution)
65,536 colors (16-bit)
96MB user memory (64MB RAM/32MB NAND flash memory)
USB Client/Host port
Secure Digital and CompactFlash II card slots
Integrated Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) wireless connectivity¹
Speaker and Microphone
ArcSoft PhotoBase™ software (e755 model only)
Removable Advanced Li-Ion battery
Dimensions (DxWxH): 4.9″ x 3.1″ x 0.6″
6.9 oz
Availability: The Pocket PC e755 will be available via retail channels including computer superstores, consumer electronic stores and mass merchandisers. The Pocket PC e750 Series will be available through Toshiba’s traditional distribution channels, VARs, mail order partners and www.shoptoshiba.com.
ESUP: $599 (Pocket PC e755. Reseller prices may vary)
ESUP: $599 (Pocket PC e750. Reseller prices may vary)

Available Accessories

Remote controller for convenient VoIP communication²
USB Power/Sync cable³
Toshiba Expansion Pack³
Toshiba High Capacity Battery³

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