CompuLab Introduces EXEDA – Smartphone for Enterprises
|HAIFA, ISRAEL – February 1, 2009 – CompuLab introduces Exeda – a full-featured smartphone intended for enterprise applications, i.e. for any organization’s specified use. Possible applications include news reporting, warehouse management, courier tracking and technician assistance. The Exeda, standing for Extensible EDA (Enterprise Digital Assistant) is small enough to be considered as a mobile phone, yet it boasts many properties of larger handheld devices, to satisfy a variety of business application requirements.|
|The Exeda’s functional content is identical to that of the latest generation of smartphones, including the wireless, satellite and cellular connectivity found in today’s devices. On the other hand, Exeda offers the level of flexibility expected in the industrial market.
Product’s feature set combines a PXA270 processor, 640 x 480 touchscreen, full QWERTY keyboard, touchpad mouse, microphone, speaker, microSD socket, USB host and slave and serial port. On-board wireless interfaces include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS satellite receiver, GSM cellular phone and GPRS cellular modem. High capacity 3000 mAh battery enables up to 10 hours of continued operation, or 300 hours standby.
|Differentiating Exeda from consumer smartphones|
|The Exeda provides flexibility and features not available in regular smartphones:|
|Pricing and Availability|
|Depending of included features, Exeda price ranges from $330 to $500 for 1K -unit quantities. Evaluation Kit will be available for sale from 01-Apr-2009.|
|Established in 1992, CompuLab Ltd. specializes in developing and manufacturing Computer-on-Module boards and highly integrated single board computers. Recently the company introduced new product lines – fit-PC and Exeda – designated for the consumer and enterprise markets. CompuLab’s customers include more than 500 companies in 60 countries. The company’s offices are located in Haifa, Israel.|