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Bell offers Audiovox PPC 5050

The AudioVox PPC-5050 is a CDMA/1X integrated Pocket PC device with a built-in cell phone ideal for business professionals. The device is an all-in-one computer, cell phone, organizer and media/entertainment centre. Audiovox was showing off the PPC-5050 last September at the 5th Annual Wireless Internet Conference.

The device specs are as follows;

Processor: Intel 400 MHz
Chipset: Qualcomm MSM5500
Memory: 32MB ROM , 64MB RAM
Mode: 800/1900 MHz Dual-band 1X digital
Display: 3.5-inch 240×320, 65K colour, TFT QVGA screen
Language: English only
Includes: AC adapter with plug and connector adapters, carrying case, stereo headset

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