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    Will this be showing up in the US market?
    When?
    Worth checking out?
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    I didn't know what you were talking about, so I looked it up, and now I post the link to the homepage for others:
    http://www.ezaurus.com/
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    Since the site is in Japanese, I'm not clear on the Zaurus' details (other than it appears to be a Pocket PC/Windows CE PDA).

    However, I am completely stumped by this image on the Zaurus Web Page.

    So, the Zaurus causes some sort of attraction between attractive women and velociraptors?
    Jeff Meyer

    "And he died like he lived: with his mouth wide open."
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    Check this out! The file name says "Fine Play" --notice the mpeg4?
    Attached Images Attached Images
    -Vincent
  5. #5  
    Originally posted by bookrats
    Since the site is in Japanese, I'm not clear on the Zaurus' details (other than it appears to be a Pocket PC/Windows CE PDA).

    However, I am completely stumped by this image on the Zaurus Web Page.

    So, the Zaurus causes some sort of attraction between attractive women and velociraptors?

    Hmmmm . . . looks like some beastiality going on there
    -Mikedemo
    It's all about how you spend the money.
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    Today, I found more information:
    http://www.chip-online.com/news_stor...ries_3604.html
    http://linuxworld.com.au/news.php3?nid=572&tid=1
    http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS3084706888.html
    http://www.idg.net/idgns/2000/11/22/...lsZaurus.shtml
    http://www.pencomputing.com/Zaurus/

    English website:
    http://developer.sharpsec.com/


    There has been a "Zaurus" organizer for some time, it looks like the old Franklin electronic planners (big calculator-like case which opens to show a screen and a mini keyboard).
    The new one will run a flavor of Linux and handles java apps, and will also be supported by Amiga. It has a color screen and a built-in keyboard (hidden under the metal-looking part below the screen).
    I got the sense that it will appear in the States (one of the above articles mentioned North America as a market) but don't know when or for how much (but, it's running US $475 in Japan).
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    I owned a several different versions of the Sharp Zarus/Wizard (years ago), they were my primary PDA until I purchased my PalmPilot Profesiona. While they were nice at the time, they were nothing like the new model being discussed.

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