Sunday, July 17, 2005

Computing Without Compromise

XYBERNAUT CORPORATION HAS ADDED another model to its line of mobile, wearable PCs. The Atigo T/HB pulls double duty as a wireless Web tablet and wireless terminal, and features HB (High-Bright) technology for enhanced readability in virtually any lighting environment.

Wearable PC (If you cannot see this image in your browser, please click the refresh button.)
Weighing 1.8 pounds (including the battery) and measuring 7.9 by 9.4 by 0.7 inches, the Atigo is powered by Transmeta's 1-GHz Crusoe TM5800 processor and 256MB of SDRAM.
Mobile Headgear (If you cannot see this image in your browser, please click the refresh button.)
One-inch Color VGA head-mounted monitor with monocular viewing, and integrated microphone and earpiece speaker.
The Atigo uses a rechargeable internal lithium-ion battery and will accept an optional external clip-on battery or an optional high-capacity battery pack.

One Inch Color VGA (If you cannot see this image in your browser, please click the refresh button.)
One-inch Color VGA monitor and Telex HS-975 Dual Sided Headset with Noise Reduction and HS-976 Noise Cancelling Microphone.
Available accessories include vehicle adapters, desktop charging units, workplace mobility kits, and more. Xybernaut also offers customization options that include company logos and custom hardware and software for the enterprise.

Note from DC: Although the SDRAM cannot be upgraded, the unit can be ordered with up to 4GB of internal flash memory. The unit includes a single USB port located on the lower left side, below the power switch, as well as CF (Compact Flash) and PC Card slots situated on either side on the top bezel—although the PC Card slot is occupied by a wireless 802.11b adapter, as wireless isn't built-in. Beneath the display are four programmable function buttons, two of which are preprogrammed to launch an on-screen keyboard and open a Microsoft Internet Explorer home page, and a fifth function button (also programmable) is located on the upper right side of the unit. A four-way scroll button is conveniently placed on the right front bezel for easy thumb operation.

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