HTC 7510 – Solid State Computer & Phone & GPS !

HTC7510Further to the post on the arrival of solid state computers in particular the HTC 7501 I see that HTC have got 2 new models…

The top of the range HTC 7510 now runs Windows Mobile 6, has a 16Gb flash drive for storage – more than enough for charts, tracks and waypoints – and as a mobile phone it will support :

o HSDPA/WCDMA: 2100 MHz for Europe
o 850/1900 MHz for USA,
o with up to 384 kbps upload and 1.8 Mbps download speeds
o GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-band 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz (The device will operate on any frequencies available from the cellular network.)Click here for a full specification

Using the internal GPS and you could have a very capable chartplotter / phone / email / camera / web browser that can work with your current phone provider or WiFi when you are in the marina or in a cafe using a WiFi hotspot. Of course you would also need chartplotter software that works under Windows Mobile 6 such as the Pathaway software from Muskoka. more on that here…

For pictures of this tiny unit see Endgadget

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3 thoughts on “HTC 7510 – Solid State Computer & Phone & GPS !

  1. Well thats an interesting question.

    These are the connectivity options available:
    Bluetooth® 2.0
    Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 b/g
    HTC ExtUSB™ (11-pin mini-USB 2.0 and audio jack in one)
    HTC proprietary 16-pin combined port (USB 1.1 host/VGA and TV Out)
    3.5mm stereo audio jack with microphone

    The USB ports have proprietary 11 and 16 pin connectors – but if you could get a convertor then I cant see why you could not input AIS into the device – even at 38,400 baud the processor should be capable of dealing with the signal. Whether the OS – which is Windows Mobile 6 can handle it – well I dont know – perhaps!

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