Sharp Mobilion Pro PV5000A
- CPU: Toshiba TX3922 129MHz MIPS 1. Little Endian.
- RAM: 32MB
- ROM: Unknown size, has Windows CE and numerous applications burned in.
- Framebuffer: 640x480 12-bit colour. Unknown chipset.
- LCD Touch Screen & keypad
- 1x RS-232 serial port
- 1x IRDA serial port
- 1x PCMCIA socket
Operating System Support
Natively, they run Windows CE 2.11 H/PC PRO 3.0. There is some resources on the net to suggest NetBSD potentially runs, but I have not succeeded in this endeavour. I'm looking into the feasability of porting Linux onto these devices.
A look inside
I ended up pulling my unit apart tonight... finally got fed up of the wobbly power socket, so I thought I'd take a look. The power socket was fixed very easy... The solder connections were worn... in fact, I suspect a manufacturing fault. Not to worry though, a quick jab with a soldering iron soon fixed up what the ravages of time had slowly worn away.
Pulling up the keyboard, you'll see the top surface of the motherboard... shown in this photo.
Some of the ICs shown in the photo:
TOSHIBA B10415 TOSHIBA K97466 TOSHIBA 9839KBD JAPAN 9838HAK TC6345AF JAPAN TC58FVB400FT-05 9833FAI TC5165165FTS-50 JAPAN EPSON JAPAN F01Z SED1354F0A 0018 SNN SEC KOREA 837 F98350199 5165165FLTT6 JK416V1004CT-L5 JAPAN
Flipping the board over, we reveal more ICs, including the CPU:
(CPU Chip) TOSHIBA JAPAN F01Z TOSHIBA B10415 TMPR3922U 0018 SNN 9839KBD JAPAN 9842YAK 5165165FLTT6 JAPAN 19468## TC5165165FTS-50 SC 12307-0J TOSHIBA NEC JAPAN LCX 836 137 TC35143AF D4722GS 244 9833P301 8 23
The only IC I've identified thus far is the CPU... although I'll be pestering Google for info on the others shortly.