Psion Series 7

Release Date
Intel 132.71MHz StrongARM 1100
16 MB Internal Memory, expandable to 32 MB Internal DRAM
Rechargable Li-Ion Main battery
Backup battey
Rechargable Li-Ion Main battery with lithium cell backup battery
RS232 serial port and IrDA Port (max 115 kbit/sec), Full communications suite including E-mail, Fax, SMS and Web browser
58-key standard layout keyboard.
Compact Flash Slot Type I/II, PC Card (Type I/II)
9.2" x 7.1" x 1.5"
Weight 1150g including battery pack
640x480 pixels back-lit STN LCD, 256 colours
inbuilt microphone and speaker

The first time Psion to incorporate a large coloured display.

Housed in a the leather look case the Series 7 has the characteristics that made it one of the best portables of it type on the market when it was released
It could be used up to 8 hours of the continuous work.

In spite of the fact that Series 7 stands separately from the crowd, it does not remain absolutely lonely. Through the sequential port RS232 Of series 7 it is was possible to connect directly to Windows, Mackintosh, printer, modem and large many diverse devices. The built-in infrared port makes it possible to be connected to the mobile telephone or the printer and to exchange information with other similar devices.

The series 7 is based on the processor Intel Intel 132.71MHz StrongARM 1100.

On top of this the Psion series 7 is only 1.15 kg, which is only slightly bigger than a bag of sugar, its also come with 16 MB that is expendable to 32 MB, so making it a companion for any business man during business trips.

Useful Series 7 links
The Seven Site
Psion Series 7
Psion Series 7 site
Psion Series 7 review - PDA Geek
Psion Series 7 - ZDNet
Psion Series 7 - VNUNet
Roadtesting the Psion 7

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