Sharp adds hard disk to its Linux PDA

Sharp has added a hard-disk drive to its latest Zaurus PDA (personal digital assistant), and is considering selling the Linux operating system-based device abroad, the company said Friday.

The SL-C3000 PDA contains a 4GB hard-disk drive made by Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Inc. This capacity is about 30 times bigger than the storage in Sharp’s previous PDA model, the SL-C860, which had 128MB of flash memory, according to the company.

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