Anonymous Reader writes, "A Bangalore, India based development company perceived an opportunity
between the high-end, high-cost Pocket PC PDAs and the low-end, low-cost Palm PDAs, and created a new PDA called "Kaii" to fill that gap. The device attempts to leverage the nascent Linux-PDA market being created by Sharp's new Zaurus PDA, by offering a high level of software compatibility with the Zaurus. But unlike Sharp's device, the Kaii uses a 160MHz Hitachi SH3 processor and provides an on-screen, rather than physical, keyboard -- differences meant to bring about a less costly device. Read the LinuxDevices.com article on the Kaii here."
February 14, 2002