The Audiovox Thera/ 2032 was introduced as the first Pocket PC to contain capabilities for integrated cellular wireless communication. Built by Toshiba for Audiovox, the Thera/2032 has an operating system based on a 206 MHz Intel StrongArm processor. Equipped with 32MB internal storage, there is room to upgrade the memory through its memory card slot for MMC or an SD card. The Thera/ 2032 comes with dimensions of 5.0 x 3.0 x 0.8 inches and has a weight of just 7 ounces, a size somewhat similar to an average PDA. Complete with an LCD display with 240 x 320 pixel resolution, the Thera is a fully functional Pocket PC handheld that comes with a large screen. Considered a smartphone, the Thera comes with dual-band digital voice as well as high speed 3G CDMA 1xRTT data. With its removable 1100mAh Li-Ion battery, the phone is able to provide up to 10 hours of PDA use, 100 hours in standby mode and a total of 3 hours talk time. The phone is capable of supporting WAP and Web browsers such as Pocket Internet Explorer for WAP and HTML, and AvantGo channels. Other notable features included on the Thera are vibration alert, Call Waiting, three-way calling, call forwarding, speed dialing, and a speakerphone with a hearing capacity of up to 40 feet.
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Would Recommend to a friend.
Posted on: March 2nd, 2006 by Dave Knott
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