When Palm shipped the Centro, most of us thought that it would be the last PalmOS device to hit the road. While this might be true for consumer-centric devices, people willing to accept an “industrial-grade” device will be rewarded richly for their patience.
The image below shows Aceeca’s PDA32:
Specs-wise, this 199$ unit is pretty impressive. It has a 320×480 display, a 400MhZ Samsung CPU, 64MB of RAM and 128MB of NVFS. Unfortunately, it will weigh 196 grams and have the following dimensions: 128x76x25mm (5 x 3 x 1 inches). WiFi and Bluetooth are optional; Aceeca’s trademark MZIO cards are gone.
A preliminary spec sheet can be downloaded here in PDF format – stay tuned for further info as we get it!