Friday, June 25, 2010

Motorola ES400 EDA Enterprise Digital Assistant

Although its main function is communication, this gadget is not called as a cellular phone, but was named "Enterprise Digital Assistant" (EDA). Motorola ES400 is designed as a standalone business or enterprise, and Motorola ES400 will be the first device that uses Windows Embedded Hanheld, platform from Microsoft which is developed for enterprise applications.

Like what Motorola ES400 is launching simultaneously with the release of Windows Embedded Hanheld ? In addition to a dedicated platform for business, Motorola ES400 body is also designed with immunity from exposure to extreme temperatures or rain water through the vinyl coating

Motorola ES400 body strength was made with the intent that under any circumstances, users can keep in touch with colleagues, or access the company's data base through the device. Business activities can still run.

Another thing that makes Motorola ES400 more special, is the support for the two networks at once, both CDMA and GSM. This allows the consumer to be able to operate anywhere in the world.

EDA from Motorola device uses Windows Mobile operating system 6.5.3 Professional, 3-inch resistive touch screen with VGA resolution, 600MHz processor, 256 megabyte RAM memory (MB) and ROM 1 gigabytes (GB) and microSDHC card slot. For the security of data usage, Motorola ES400 also features a biometric fingerprint reader, so only the owner can operate.

Motorola ES400 also features HSDPA, Wi-Fi (802.11 a / b / g) and Bluetooth, and packaged with a built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS. Has a resolution of 3 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash, capable of scanning a barcode.

Standard battery, Li-Ion 1540mAh, and 3080mAh versions also available in order to have longer endurance. Users will also get the warranty to three years.

Motorola ES400 will be marketed later this year through Sprint and other Motorola partners. How much for a gadget that will become a friend of the businessman's this?