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Old 05-20-2005, 06:02 AM   #1
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Pepper Pad hits the market soon

The Pepper Pad that was due for delivery in January 2005 has finally made its appearance and will hit the market on June 28, 2005. Similar to the Archos AV400 video player, the Pepper Pad features a 20GB harddrive and is supporting various multimedia file formats including MP3, JPG, PNG, GIF, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, and DivX. The inside looks similar to a Dell Axim X50v: It is powered by a Intel XScale 624 MHz CPU and features the critically acclaimed Intel 2700G multimedia accelerator (which enables smooth video playback without stressing the CPU too much). Other spec details:
  • 8.4" 800x600 SVGA TFT LCD
  • 256MB SDRAM, 16MB Intel StrataFlash ROM
  • 3.6Ah battery
  • WiFi (802.11b WEP, WPA-Personal), Bluetooth, and dual IR
  • USB 1.1 Client/Host
  • SD/MMC card
  • 20-bit stereo audio codec, stereo speakers and headphone jack, built-in microphone and jack, stereo line out jack
  • powered by Linux MontaVista CEE 3.1
Perhaps a bit overpowered if your primary plan is to use this $799.99 gadget as a dedicated e-book reader.

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