O2 Introduces Smallest PDA
UK-based mobile solutions provider, O2, has launched two compact PDA phones in the Indian market of which the Xda II mini is said to be the smallest PDA phone.
The mobile data devices and services provider from Asia has also launched O2 Xda IIs, which offers enhancements to the integrated PDA and mobile handset, targeting mainly the business customers.
The O2 Xda II mini is powered by Windows Mobile and comes with a tri-band phone, with a host of connectivity features, such as built-in wireless LAN capabilites and a 39-key, slide-out Qwerty keyboard, apart from a 1.3 mega pixel camera.
According to Mark Billington, CEO of O2 Asia, the company plans to expand its range in Asia with the possibility of as many as eight new models being launched in 2005, including several devices designed to harness the speed of 3G networks for mobile data applications.
O2 products in the Indian sub-continent region are distributed exclusively by Goldkist International Singapore.
Available during the last week of December, the O2 Xda II mini comes at a retail price of Rs 34,888 while the O2 Xda IIs is priced at Rs 44,888.
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