Gadget Spy Wednesday

A round-up of unreleased and prototype toy sightings from around the world posted today.

(Check this page early and often! We'll add new gadget sightings as they're posted during the day. Sent tips to: [email protected])

AkihabaraNews has pictures of a portable media player called the Zupera AV-EL7. The unit holds 30 GB and can come with either a 5.6" or 7" screen. It supports MPEG4, MP3, JPEG and TIFF files. It also has a USB 2.x port and a CF slot.

Pocket PC Thoughts has posted pictures of AnexTEK's moboDA 3360 Pocket PC phone, which features an Intel PXA272 520MHz processor, 64MB RAM, 128MB ROM, a 65K-colour 2.8" QVGA screen, GSM/GPRS - Tri-Band, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 1.2, 1.3MP camera, an SD slot, and a 1300mAh Li-Ion Polymer battery.

Smartphone Thoughts posted a picture of a new Windows Mobile smart phone spotted in Taiwan called the Win II s747, which apparently has an FM radio, Tri-Band GPRS, miniSD and a digital camera. is showing pictures taken by an attendee to the Taiwanese show COMPUTEX of the elusive Asus A636 GPS PDA, a combination Microsoft Windows Mobile PDA and GPS device. The gadget is still a prototype, but sports a 3.5" TFT QVGA screen, Bluetooth, WiFi, and SD support.

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