Sharp launches EM One Pocket PC with HSDPA and Wi-Fi in Japan


Sharp has a new pocket PC on the market in Japan – the EM One, which packs in all the expected features, along with a sliding keyboard, HSDPA and Wi-Fi.

It’s a Windows Mobile 5.0 device with HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, along with a sliding keyboard from under a 4.1-inch touch-screen display. This data-only device is powered by a Marvell 520MHz PXA270 processor and nVidia GoForce 5500 graphics along with 512MB/128MB flash/SDRAM memory and miniSD expansion.

It also offers music and video playback via the screen and built-in speakers, Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel camera and 4 hours of battery life. It goes on sale in Japan from 31 March for around £400 without a contract or £170 with one.

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Via Engadget

Dave Walker
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