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Dell Axim X50 Series VGA Pocket PCs

The Dell Axim X50 and X50v are the first Pocket PCs from Dell with 3.7-inch VGA LCD screens. These devices out-power some computers still in use here at home, it will be available in 412, 516 or 620 MHz Intel XScale processors.

If 196MB of built-in memory isn’t enough, you can add more with the dual expansion SD and CF slots. Bluetooth is standard, and Wi-Fi is optional for wireless connectivity. The Intel 2700G graphics chip will enable DVD quality video playback, throw a 4GB CF card with a movie on it and you are good to go. Both the X50 and X50v are available from Dell.com today.

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