Celio REDFLY Features

Celio REDFLY Features
Celio REDFLY Features Information. Celio REDFLY is simply an extension a Smartphone, providing a shell with a battery (8 hours), a full keyboard and 8 inch display. There is also a VGA-Out. REDFLY connects to the Smartphone via Bluetooth, or USB, in which case, it will also serve as a battery extender for the phone. REDFLY is compatible with Windows Mobile 5 and 6 devices.

This "Palm’s failed Foleo device" has just been “revived” by an American company called Celio. But compared to the Foleo, REDFLY has a lot more chance to survive on the market. First of all, it is almost completely independent of third party developers (who are even more unlikely to support another such device after the Foleo’s disastrous flop). Basically, if a driver is available for a smartphone; the phone can be used with the RedFly - and Celio seems to be willing to create these drivers itself.

Celio wisely claims that it's initially targeting enterprise users with the Bluetooth 2.0, clamshell device, although frankly it seems like they'd have more success concentrating on the software and letting OEMs deal with designing products that offer a more attractive price / performance ratio.

Celio REDFLY Features:
+ 8” Display
+ Full Keyboard
+ Touchpad Mouse
+ 8hrs battery Life
+ Bluetooth, USB (connect/charge)
+ VGA Port
+ 1x6x9 inches, 1.9lbs

Celio REDFLY hooks up to a smartphone via USB or Bluetooth. Since it has no CPU or storage of its own, it has very long battery life—8 hours, according to the manufacturer. Its two USB ports are compatible with flash drives, and it also has a VGA out for projectors and larger monitors. You store all your data and run all your programs on your smartphone, not on the REDFLY. It's just a screen and a keyboard.

Celio REDFLY device will be available in March for $499.
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