Windows Phone 7 might be the current gem from Microsoft in the mobile scene, but that doesn’t mean that Windows Mobile is down and out yet just. The mobile OS is still surviving on gadgets such as the Trimble Nomad 900, a yellow rugged handheld device that features improved GPS circuitry to decrease the time taken to receive the necessary coordinates. This portable computer is powered by an 806MHz processor, Windows Mobile 6.1 and features a 3.5-inch VGA display, 128MB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 6GB of flash storage along with Compact Flash and SD card expansion. Not quite your everyday mobile device, but if you’re looking for something that can survive a few knocks, this is something to think about.
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