Call me on the Pengiun Phone


— 12:05 PM on December 23, 1999

I saw a link at Slashdot to this Linux Weekly Times story. The vendor web site has info, but you have to read Italian. The article gives us:

The appearance of the telephone is dominated by an LCD display and touch screen, which makes up the entire interface. Using the touch screen, it is possible to store and recall phone numbers, edit, send and receive faxes and electronic mail, and to store miscellaneous notes. There is an answering machine built in. Oh, and you can make phone calls as well.
The phone's hardware is a 386 processor, 4MB of memory (since bumped up to 8), a small disk, and a touch screen driven by a VGA controller--all in a nice little package running Linux.
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