If you’re not interested in the looks of your handset and you just want it to be tough, feel try to give the AIS rugged PDA a go. Pictured below, this handset runs Windows Mobile 6.1 and it packs a 3.7 inch QVGA display with an unimpressive 240 x 320 pixel resolution.


There’s also a Marvell chip on board, that’s almost ancient and common specs like WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G support. This PDA is all about rubberized components, so it should be able to take on the elements of nature, shocks and drops on the floor.

[via Engadget]

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