By Steve Johnson, Contributing Writer, RealTechNews
Out of Asia comes the PMG Quadpad, effectively a tablet PC, though its distributor, Tronic International Pte Ltd, is marketing it as a “total lifestyle product”, serving mobile entertainment, communication, and computing needs on the go. That sounds much more marketable than just “tablet PC” doesn’t it?
Tronic says that the PMG is a hybrid version of other portable mobile devices but with integrated multimedia functions that complements the “digital lifestyle” user. It’s intended to be more about videos, music, e-books, PDA, and wireless connectivity, but still having all the functions of a Windows powered PC.
It comes with 3 USB 2.0 ports, an IrDA port, PCMCIA slots for GPRS/GPS/3G connectivity, built-in WiFi and Bluetooth, and a mini VGA output port. It also has the usual microphone, earphone, and modem jacks.
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