Saturday, November 12, 2005
Posted by Darius Wey in "HARDWARE" @ 12:00 AM
TrustedReviews has a bit of juicy info on the upcoming Asus MyPal A632 and A636. We last posted on the A636 back in June (here and here) - obviously, news of the device has been pretty dry as of late.
Both devices feature an Intel XScale 416MHz processor, 64MB RAM, 128MB Flash ROM (85MB usable), a 3.5" 240 x 320 (QVGA) screen, an SD slot, Bluetooth, and Windows Mobile 5.0. The A636 includes 802.11b Wi-Fi, while the A632 has an additional miniSD slot to make up for its lack of Wi-Fi. They measure in at 122mm x 73mm x 18.8mm and weigh 186g. Amazingly, off a single charge, Asus is quoting a battery life of 44 hours of standard usage, up to 18 hours of media playback, and 7.5 hours of GPS usage. The device also includes an in-car mounting kit and charger, a 128MB memory card, and all your standard accessories (stylus, synchronisation cables, AC adapter, and case). Available from next week, the A632 should retail at £299 (inc. VAT) with the A636 coming in at £349 (inc. VAT).