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6 Aug 2009
I know I said I am looking to get a Sharp C3100 in another thread, used to have one a couple of years ago. However I have been looking at the Nokia N810, which would be better? The main thing is the C3100 is a whole lot harder to find, and I have found the N810 is a bit less expensive. I am looking to buy within the next couple of weeks, I could use a little insight here.
3 Jul 2009
I'm currently looking to buy a used, but good condition SL-C3100 for a Linux-based project . I am willing to accept any offers, and can pay paypal.
19 Jul 2008
Have pretty much given up on WM and Palm OS, and really considering a Nokia N810. However, I haven't found many places to download apps, anyone have any ideas? Mostly looking for some games, PIM, Text Editor, atomic timekeeping, music, video, etc.
22 Oct 2007
I know this is not exactly a Zaurus, but one of it's Linux-powered cousins. First off this is a 100% Honest and legit sale, which I can provide any new pictures than what has been taken, documentation, serial number, etc. This is my own unit I am trying to sell, In a bit of a bind where I just recently migrated to Mac, and I need to sell this and find a PDA that works with my iMac. For any serious questions or pictures of the items, please feel free to contact me.



I am selling my slightly-used Archos PMA400, that I bought less than three months ago, Itís just my needs have changed and I need to find a good home for this player. One of the best media players with a 30GB hard drive, and a great Linux-powered PDA as well. Also included besides the original accessories and documentation is the optional LCD wired remote, and a leather book-style case customized with a swivel beltclip. Also as an added bonus, I am also including a CD copy of lots of software extras which includes games, productivity software, utilities, and so much more.


Price: $250 Plus Shipping, Or Best Offer ( I will consider Trades, I am looking for a Palm Lifedrive to work with my Mac)


Specifications:

Processor: OMAP 09
Memory: 64MB RAM
Capacity: 30 GB.
Interfaces: High-speed USB 2.0, compatible USB 1.1, PC & Mac USB Host port compatible Mass Storage Device Built-in WiFi connection (802.11b technology) IRDA 115 kb/s port

Operating system: Linux Qtopia with embedded ARCHOS multimedia applications
Video playback: MPEG-4 SP with MP3 or ADPCM stereo sound, near DVD quality up to 704x480 @ 30 f/s (MTSC), 720x576 @ 25 f/s (PAL), AVI file format

Video recording: MPEG-4 SP with MP3 stereo sound, near SVCD quality (optimised resolution for standard TV through composite video line-in) with up to 512x384 @ 30 f/s, in AVI format

Music playback: Stereo MP3 decoding @ 30-320 kb/s CBR & VBR, WMA (including Microsoft PD DRM protected files), WAV.

Music recording: From any analog source into MP3 or WAV (PCM) format. Voice recording with built-in microphone.

Photo viewer: JPEG, PNG, GIF or BMP.

PIM functionalities: Qtopia software to manage your address book, agenda, calendar, calculator.

Games: Qtopia embedded games and Mophun game engine to play games downloadable from Archos web-site

Display: 3.5-inch TFT transflective touch screen (QVGA) 320x240 pixels, 262,000 colors and TV output

AV Connections: Earphone/Line Out jack; built-in microphone and speaker; TV cradle to connect to TV with analog audio/video In & Out to RCA jacks, S-video In, and IR receiver for remote and IR emitter for tuner control, SCART In & Out for European version; travel audio-video kit in option to record audio and video analog source on the move

Battery life: Up to 4 hours for video playback or 9.5 hours for music; removable battery available as an option

Scalability: Download firmware updates from www.archos.com
Power source: Internal: rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries; External: AC charger/adapter
Dimensions: Approx. 125 x 78 x 20 mm (4.9 x 3.1 x 0.8 in.)
Weight: 280 g (9.9 oz)
System requirements: PC: Pentium III 800 MHz or higher, Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000 or XP. 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended) with USB port and CD-ROM drive. Mac: 9.2 or X (10.2.4) USB Manager version 1.2 or higher with USB port and CD-ROM drive. Linux: with support for USB Mass Storage Class devices.



Package Includes:

Archos PMA400 Personal Media Assistant
World-Type AC Adapter With Travel Voltage Adapters
Media Cradle With Remote
Original Protective Flip Cover With Stylus
USB 2.0 Data Transfer Cable
USB 1.1 Host Cable
SCART A/V Europe Region Adapters
User Documentation
Headphones
Optional LCD Wired Remote
Optional Leather Case, Customized for a Swivel Beltclip
Bonus Software CD
14 Aug 2007
I know some of this has been touched on in pother previous forums, but has the age of the Linux-powered pda (Zaurus/Archos PMA/Etc.) come to an end? This was in discussion especially when Sharp made the decision to discontinue the Zaurus line. I have also seen the decline in other PDA lines (Palm and Windows Mobile), with very little news of any new PDAs coming out(personally, the Follio is a sub-notebook, not a PDA).

I have seen other users Z's and other units starting to have problems, and lack of parts does not help. Like you I got into the mobile Linux when it started up, I was lucky recently to get my hands on an Archos PMA430, bit I have concerns that the PDA is about dead to make way for the converged device, which I am not too fond of. So people, what are your thoughts on this?
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