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Re: Linux/MIPS on a PDA?

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Subject: Re: Linux/MIPS on a PDA?
From: "Arnim Littek" <arnim@digitech.co.nz>
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 07:59:09 +0000
Organization: Digi-Tech Communications Ltd, Wellington, New Zealand
Reply-to: "Arnim Littek" <arnim@digitech.co.nz>
On Tue, 20 Jan 1998 20:46:57 +1300 (NZDT), linux-mips@fnet.fr wrote:
> The apparent top-of-the-line PDA is the HP620LX, which is stated to be
> built around a "High Performance 32-bit RISC Processor Running at 75 MHz".
> I don't know much about the Hitachi and MIPS chips, but does this sound
> like a MIPS?

No, Hitachi is not a MIPS licensee, they have their own proprietary SH
cores, which are now among the top selling 32 bit engines in history.

The MIPS licensees are Toshiba, NEC, LSI Logic, IDT and MIPS/SGI
themselves, of course.

FWIW,

Arnim.
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