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That Windows Mobile powered HTC Athena we showed you before is being released in the Netherlands on T-Mobile under the name AMEO. Along with the removable keyboard, the Ameo has an Intel XScale 624MHz processor (our HTC TyTN/Cingular 8525 only has a 400MHz processor), 8GB hard disk, 128MB RAM, 256MB ROM, miniSD slot, quad-band GSM, UMTS/HSDPA, 802.11b/g, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, 3-megapixel camera, and a weight of only 355 grams (0.7 pounds).

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Still, even with the 5-inch VGA screen, it's still running Windows Mobile as its OS, which means your apps won't be as powerful as an UMPC, not to mention a regular laptop. The Ameo is definitely aimed at the businessman who needs a little more power than a Smartphone but a little more portability than a UMPC.

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Ameo [PocketInfo - Thanks Wouter]