So, when this little device showed up our eyes wandered for a little bit. It might not be the BlackBerry but it is one sexy looking device.
Meet the "Opus Operis" from the Swiss company Zenum. It is a pocket PC that works on the Windows Mobile 5 platform, although that might be upgraded to version 6 by the time it is rolled out sometime this spring. No news on whether this will be available in North America.
But at least we gaze upon its picture.
The Opus has a QWERTY keyboard includes 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, a two megapixel camera, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 1.2, and a tri-band GSM radio.
Probably the best looking thing to come out of Switzerland since Martina Hingis.
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