Asus has landed a deal with Casio to supply its current E-3000 line of Pocket PCs. This may explain the striking resemblance between the latest Casio Cassiopeia E-3000 Pocket PC and the Asus MyPal A710.
Asustek Computer is expected to ship 10,000 PDAs a month for the Japanese vendor.
The Cassiopeia E-3000, which debuted last month in Japan, features a 400 MHz Intel XScale PXA255 processor, 64 MB of RAM, 32 MB of ROM and a 3.5-inch semi-transflective TFT LCD panel. The handheld also has a CompactFlash Type II expansion slot and a SD/MMC card expansion slot.
Asustek is expected to launch its second own-brand Pocket PC dubbed the MyPal A710 this quarter. Sources say that the MyPal A710 Pocket PC may feature GPRS and 802.11b wireless connectivity.
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