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post Feb 12 2010, 11:53 AM
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As an owner of three zauri (SL-C1000, SlC3200_Microdrive, SLC3200_CFCARD) and a Nokia N810 ive tested the kdepimpi application with the focus on speed.

The conditions:

- mycalendar.ics (with over 1.700! entries which were ported earlier from a palm)
- no virtual memory, noswap at all
- Sharp SL-C1000 with the latest cacko and kdepipmpi
- Sharp SL-C3200 with the latest yonggun debian eabi and kdepimpi
- Sharp SL-C3200 with pdaxii13 and kdepimpi
- Nokia N810 with os2008 and the beta version of kdepimpi


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So, here are my surprising results:

Loading time for the korganizer application and the 1.700 entries:

- Cacko 140 seconds
- Debian eabi 110 seconds
- Pdaxii13 0 seconds - crash -
- OS2008 31 seconds


So, all machines own a 400 MHz processor and the display is almost the same!

i am absolutely no friend of nokia (see: closing company in germany) but there must be a difference!!!
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canguy247
post Feb 20 2010, 06:02 AM
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QUOTE(maemorandum @ Feb 12 2010, 02:53 PM) *
So, all machines own a 400 MHz processor and the display is almost the same!

i am absolutely no friend of nokia (see: closing company in germany) but there must be a difference!!!


RAM is double on the Nokia. And, of course, the processors aren't equivalent.
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