Sharp ships Linux Wi-Fi PDA in US

You know what’s great about innovation? Choices. There’s a lot of choice available in the PDA world, so the hard part is not a limited supply but choosing WHAT to buy.
The Register is reporting that Sharp has launched the latest member of its Linux-based PDA family in the US, but European users are still being left in the cold.
The Zaurus SL-6000 was announced in Japan last November. Yesterday, Sharp’s US wing launched the PDA Stateside. Over there, it’s being pitched firmly as a corporate “mobile data terminal”, rather than the more mainstream markets it targeted with the SL-6000’s predecessors, the SL-5500 and SL-5600.
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