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First PDA to use Opera

Sharp Zaurus becomes the first PDA to have Opera Included.

2:04 pm on Sep 4, 2002 (gmt 0)

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It also have Linux included, the bad thing is that it's only available in South Korea at this time, the Opera version is that of 6.0 though.
It supports Flash, and many browser windows open.
5:31 am on Sept 5, 2002 (gmt 0)

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First "true pda" to use Opera. There is also the Nokia Communicator [nokiausa.com] that uses the Symbian Operating system with Opera embedded.


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Well, have a look at Opera Embedded [opera.com]. There are other PDAs with support for Opera [opera.com]. I'd like to get Opera on the Sharp Zaurus [opera.com]. Looks like a fun PDA to me.
9:09 pm on Sept 6, 2002 (gmt 0)

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I got a Psion 5mx, and it has been loaded Opera for EPOC for ages (since I bought it in 2000). Opera 5 runs fine on it, but a large page can take loooong time to render (on its 36Mhz ARM processor). A nice palmtop, but too bad Psion has discontinued it.

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