From Motorola’s press release:
The combination of Motorola’s newest converged handheld device, based on its MOTOPro Innovation Platform, Windows Mobile software for Pocket PCs, and the award-winning GoodLink system offers mobile professionals a robust, secure system for full Microsoft Outlook connectivity and access to critical business applications.
â€œMobile e-mail and business data are the killer applications for professionals who want to stay ahead of the curve even when they are away from the office,â€ said Michael Tatelman, vice president and general manager, MOTOPro Product Group, Motorola Mobiles. â€œThe combination of the GoodLink wireless messaging system with the Motorola MPx dual-hinge, QWERTY keyboard design and the robust, customizable MOTOPro environment, gives corporations and users incredible power for enterprise mobility and productivity.â€
â€œGood Technology is committed to providing its customers with powerful wireless messaging and data access systems on a wide variety of industry standard operating systems and wireless networks so we are delighted to be working with Motorola to deliver GoodLink on their innovative, new Motorola MPx handset,â€ said Danny Shader, CEO of Good Technology. â€œMotorola is a leader in driving the adoption of converged, wireless technology with its MOTOPro Innovation Platform built with Windows Mobile 2003 software from Microsoft, and Good Technology is committed to supporting them in these efforts.â€
Real-time Email Experience
The Motorola MPx replaces the multi-device syndrome by ingeniously blending the best of a mobile phone, personal data assistant (PDA) and email messenger in one easy-to-use compact device. The dual-hinge device opens both in portrait, for voice functions, and in landscape mode as an exceptional email device with a wide screen, stylus and full QWERTY keyboard.
The tri-band GSM/GRPS Motorola device is a truly essential business tool, with advanced features such as built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology, and infrared support for effortless data exchange. The Motorola MPx also takes advantage of a 2.8 inch, 16-bit color display to provide an impressive 320 x 240 pixels. This feature allows for utilization of a large base of existing and upcoming Pocket PC and Java applications, enabling users to maximize their mobile experience. The Motorola MPx boasts up to 1GB of expandable memory, an integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera with flash, and Java technology. With the Windows Media Player, the Motorola MPx also provides users with essential entertainment options to balance out the busy workday.
GoodLink 3.0 for Windows Mobile 2003-based Pocket PCs offers customers enhanced security, advanced fleet management and administration capabilities, and the ability to wirelessly enable popular applications.
Pricing and Availability
The Motorola MPx is expected to be available in the second half of 2004. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
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