Royal Consumer Information Products and Trolltech announced that they are jointly developing a new line of "feature-rich", "competitively priced"
Linux-based handheld devices that incorporate Trolltech's Qtopia application platform, thereby providing software compatibility with Sharp's Zaurus
PDAs. The first of these products, Royal LineaLX, is scheduled to ship in the U.S. in the fourth quarter of 2003 for less than $300, the companies
September 16, 2003