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POCKET PC: New model launch of Mitac Mio 338 Plus
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 15.04.03 - 10:49:06 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6898x
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Since MiTAC International Corp. announced the Pocket PC of Mio DigiWalker series; its market share has been surging up rapidly. The sales volume of this product series has jumped to the top three in Asia-Pacific Pocket PC market, and ranked number two in China market in the 4th quarter last year; furthermore, it was the most popular Pocket PC product in Asia-Pacific Area.

Mio 338 a strong appeal to the consumer, and uniqueness of the thin-light-smart shape with colorful shell defeats all competitors of the Pocket PC market.

In order to offer more choices to Mio-fan, MiTAC International Corp. puts a Mio338 enhancement version - Mio 338 Plus to the market this month so that it may expand its market shares additionally. In addition to the Mio 338's original characteristics of thin, light, and smart shape as well as complete hardware support, Mio338 Plus further upgrade its CPU to 400Mhz, so that the system performs faster and saves much more time.


Moreover, with its first launched in-built "freely open 32MB ROM memory" Mio 338 Plus can work as an in-built hard disk. It will be more convenient for you to save frequent-used data, save extra expense in buying memory, neither to say you don't have to worry about losing data due to unexpected power shutdown.

Related Links : [Mio Digi-Walker] [Source: Mitac Marketing]


 

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