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    Check out these screenshots of QNX mobile running on an iPaq. Never used QNX myself, but the interface is very attractive!

    http://staff.qnx.com/~cdm/shots/ipaq/
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    Originally posted by foo fighter
    Check out these screenshots of QNX mobile running on an iPaq. Never used QNX myself, but the interface is very attractive!

    http://staff.qnx.com/~cdm/shots/ipaq/
    Hey, wow! Maybe these things don't suck-*** after all! If you can run a *real* OS (in both senses of the term) they'd almost be worth buying...
    "Hey! Check out these cresent-fresh skulls in my salad!"- Sifl & Olly
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    Originally posted by Black_Dragon

    Hey, wow! Maybe these things don't suck-*** after all! If you can run a *real* OS (in both senses of the term) they'd almost be worth buying...
    LOL! Change the name to Pocket QNX...people may actually buy these things! I wonder if QNX will make the dust particles under the screen look any better.
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    I've seen some people calling it the "qPAQ", but I think it's just a made up name. I really want one of these. The underlying OS is pretty much the best thing available for handhelds. Their desktop/development environment for PCs is sweet too. If you have room on your harddrive and a fast connection, try the desktop version out:

    http://get.qnx.com/
    It's things like this that make you realize how bad Windows really is.

    I hope QNX is serious about making an iPAQ release available with some basic PDA-type apps and desktop synchronization capability. I'd love to try developing some apps for it.

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