Posted on Thursday, April 12, 2001 @ 02:42:50 PM CDT by David Yee [profile] [read 6486 times]
Agenda Computing's Agenda VR3 is one of the first PDA's out there that runs on Linux. Powered by a 66 MHz VR4181 MIPS, the VR3 has 8 megs of RAM of 16 megs of flash memory. The 2 1/8" x 3" monochrome display is has a resolution of 160x240. Too bad it uses serial port transfer instead of USB. The coolest thing about a Linux PDA is that it will likely garner lots of software support. How about giving us the console and Perl for starters? :-)
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