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G.Mate re-launches YOPY Developer Website

Jul 30, 2001 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

G.Mate has announced the re-launch of a new and improved developer website for its YOPY Linux PDA. Quoting from the site's home page . . .

This site is for all developers and end users who are interested in developing and using the YOPY Color PDA based on Linux Operating System. All of opinions and works from each of you will extremely be useful for building strong Linux community and for expanding Linux environment related to the YOPY platform. This site is composed of development environment, documents, and all kinds of information on “YOPY”. In the site you can share and discuss variously developed software with other people to be the further successful developer or user. G.Mate, Inc. hopes everyone in the site can explore a creative and impressive PDA world along with “YOPY” Linux PDA.

Included on the site are areas for documents, downloads, uploads, tips & tech, q & a, forums, web links, surveys, and more.

The Yopy integrates the functions of Internet and email access (via mobile phone), digital voice recorder, MP3 (audio) and MPEG (video) player, video games, plus a full set of PDA applications — all within a compact PDA-sized package. Besides containing a genuine Linux operating system, the device boasts a 4-inch full-color backlit LCD screen, does its computing business with a “powerful” 206 MHz 32-bit Intel StrongARM processor, provides both RS232 serial and USB expansion interfaces, and offers a CompactFlash Type II (CF-II) socket for memory or I/O expansion. Further details on the YOPY are available in this YOPY Device Profile.

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