Compulab Exeda runs both Google Android and Windows Mobile

The Exeda from Compulab may not be the prettiest device you would come across, but it is very flexible both in terms of hardware as-well-as software. It has U-boot bootloader, which gives the user the choice to boot between either in Google Android or Windows Mobile. Connectivity-wise, it has 2 USB ports; a Quad-band GSM radio(or CDMA radio), WiFi b/g and BT 2.0. It also has a 3.5-inch VGA display (640 x 480), which would make web-browsing acceptable on a mobile device.

Here are it’s other features:

  • Marvell PXA270 520MHz CPU
  • 128MB RAM
  • 2 banks of internal FLASH, 512MB each
  • 2MP camera with flash
  • GPS with built-in and external antennas
  • MicroSD socket with SDHC support
  • Built-in microphone and speaker + 3.5mm stereo jack
  • High capacity 3000mAh battery

Exeda also supports Windows CE 6 and Angstrom Linux. Although these are not on the board, but it is nice to know that the hardware supports CE 6 and Linux (mobile) variant.

[Exeda website] via EngadgetMobile