• Jun 8th 2007 at 9:07AM
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A Ferrari PDA. Joy of joys. People still use these things? If you must have one more thing strapped to your belt or stuffed in your pocket, might as well get the one with the Prancing Horse. That way, when everyone else pulls out their toys and starts twiddling as a way to avoid human interaction, you'll have something red, black and flashy.
The Acer 500 is the fruition of an ongoing relationship between the computer maker and the Italian exotic car firm. Launching soon in Europe, the PDA will be equipped with Bluetooth, GPS and an SD card reader. Of less note are the USB 1.1 port and behind-the-curve OS, Windows Mobile 5. We doubt there's been any cranking up of bus speeds inside the unit, but at least this one won't be as costly to fix when you crack it up.

[Source: Caradisiac]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Nothing wrong with Windows Mobile 5.0. Works well.

      But only USB 1.1 and no cell phone? Seems short sighted.

      But the GPS is a nice addition.
      • 8 Years Ago
      wow.
      • 8 Years Ago
      PDA? Windows Mobile 5? USB 1.1? Welcome to 1980...
      • 8 Years Ago
      Absolutely right, Dan. Who still uses a PDA? I would covet it if it was a PDA cell phone.
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