India-based Oasis Technologies‘ Opad is a new ARM-based PDA reference design geared toward hospitality, retail and education markets.
Built on an 200 MHz ARM91SAM9263 system-on-chip featuring 96K SRAM, 10/100 Ethernet, a 2D graphics co-processor, camera interface, USB and device connections, the modular Opad has a variety of optional specifications. Depending on what the Opad is to be used for, optional features include 802.11b/g WLAN, GPS, a 1.5 megapixel VGA CMOS camera, 2.5-inch thermal printer, 3G cellular radio, and both barcode and RFID readers.
The Opad’s 2.8-inch TFT LCD display packs in 320 x 240 pixels and the PDA runs on Windows CE 6.0 or Linux with 64 MB of RAM and up to 1 GB of flash memory. Finally, the 40-key QWERTY keyboard is customizable, while the battery pushes 1700 mAh.
While Oasis doesn’t list prices because of the variety of configurations available for the Opad, the PDA is available now.