Currently running Windows Mobile, this is a Enterprise level smartphone with Quadband GSM, WiFi, GPS, a camera and a 3.5 inch VGA screen. It also happens to be a device that is designed to take the bumps.
Next are a couple that are more suitable for vertical markets due to their specialized peripherals. The first of which is the BIP-1300.
The BIP-1300 has Quadband GSM, HSDPA, WiFi, a Barcode Reader, a printer, a 2 Megapixel Camera, and a magnetic card reader. I am sure I left something out of this one, which is basically all set to become a portable credit card station.
Finally, there’s the BIP-6000 which has a lot of the features the BM-150R, a keyboard and a RFID reader.
Brian tells me they are currently working on porting Linux to 2 of these devices. To find out more, head over to.
Update(again on 7/22): Brian e-mailed me some more information about each unit: