|[News] Sendo device to feature Amiga Anywhere content
|Posted on 29-Jul-2002 16:35 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselä
"July 27, 2001 - Snoqualmie, WA (USA), - Birmingham England - Amiga, Inc. and Sendo announced today that Amiga Anywhere and Amiga Anywhere content will be shipped with, and extended content made available for the Sendo multimedia Z100 Smartphone." Read the full press release here.
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|Sendo device to feature Amiga Anywhere content : Comment 16 of 50
|Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 30-Jul-2002 01:00 GMT
|I'm hopeful for this one, as I was for the Zaurus and MediaTerminal, but with my $50 down for the A1, I can safely say I'll believe this one when I see it... using Tao there makes a lot of sense with or without Amiga, but the thing's been delayed so long, I have to wonder what other problems cropped up in the design.
I also have to wonder how many people saw my crosslink in the unmoderated section:
http://ann.lu/search.cgi?string=Embedded+Windows&unmoderated=true&query=title (Hard to directly reference the article without any comments posted...); if Windows Powered(TM), or whatever they're calling CE these days, has trouble doing a task as "simple" as redirecting audio packets out to a Bluetooth card on a device with what should be a ludicrously fast processor*, I don't think we'll see Elate/Intent/DE shine as bright as it could with a lither host. I'm sure the apparently kludgy Bluetooth stack takes a lot of blame there, but still...
*Actually, anyone know if the main CPU is saddled with the crypto processing on these modern designs? For some reason, I've had the impression that's farmed off to a seperate telephony chipset, but it could be unfounded, and that'd take the wind out of my amusement...
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