Computex Taipei 2007 - Part 5

ASUS Phones

ASUS Phones

 The ASUS A696 is an ultra slim PDA with GPS capabilities running on a PXA270 416MHz processor, 256MB ROM/64MB RAM and Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0. ASUS claims that they will offer free upgrades to Windows Mobile 6 where available. The PDA has a great stainless steel body, no protruding antennas and only 1.57cm thin.

 ASUS must be having their design team on overtime with the J502 as this stylish tri-band/GPRS phone comes with a 3MP camera, TV out support and Skype VoIP capabilities. If it means anything to you, the phone also has an 80,000 word dictionary built-in.

 The M530w is ASUS' very first Windows Mobile 6 smartphone featuring a 416MHz PXA270 processor, 256MB+64M memory, 2.4-inch 65k TFT screen and a 2MP camera. Standard features include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a QWERTY keypad, Microsoft and Blackberry push email clients and business card recognition.

 Another Windows Mobile 6 phone from ASUS. The P526 is a quad-band phone, runs on a 200MHz OMAP 850 processor, has a 2.6-inch touchscreen, GPS navigation and looks to kill.

 Designed for the fashionistas, the ASUS Z802i is a luxury phone with a sapphire sub display and leather appearance. Otherwise, the Z802i supports GSM900/1800/1900, GPRS and UMTS 2100.

 The S102 is a direct GPS device from ASUS that also has handwriting recognition and can handle MP3 playback.