a really spiffy-looking
Linux palmtop, named "Zaurus".
The device itself features
a sliding (retractable) keyboard, a color
display, a CF expansion slot (for memory or peripherals), an
SD expansion slot (for secure memory storage or other peripherals),
an IR port, a USB connector and a headset port.
On the software side, the Zaurus uses
Trolltech's Qt/Embedded, Qt/Palmtop and Qt AWT GUI technologies;
Jeode PDA Edition;
and Opera Software's embedded web browser.
Sharp is accepting pre-orders from the developer community for the
SL-5000D developer unit (register
With the continuing additions to kdenox, this might just be
a great platform for KOffice/embedded.