This is i-mate’s “star of the show”, and we can promise that enthusiasts are going to love the specs:
- Windows Mobile 6 Pro
- 3.5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0
- Integrated GPS
- Dual-camera (3 Megapixel in the back)
- 2.8” VGA (640×480) touch display
- XGA video output (to monitors or projectors)
The bigger keyboard should be much more comfortable than the i-mate 8502’s one. The VGA display will allow a good Windows Remote Desktop experience (if you sight allows) and should be simply better in general.
Just like its cousins, the i-mate 9502 will be sold unlocked for around $600-$800. It will comes with a range of business oriented services like a remote “wipe-out”, in case your device is lost. Come back later today for our “Hands-On” with the i-mate 9502.
Update: we have posted our i-mate 9502 hands-on review along with one more scoop
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