Another exhibition favourite at the recent CommunicAsia trade show was the SPH-M7000 personal digital assistant-phone from Samsung Electronics. Designed for business mobile users on CDMA 1x EV-DO networks in South Korea, the PDA comes with a slide-out display that reveals a Qwerty keyboard with analogue joystick. Emulating most personal computers, the SPH-M7000 also has Microsoft and Intel inside. It runs the Windows Mobile for Pocket PC operating system and Windows Media Player 10 software. Power comes from Intel's 520-megahertz PXA 272 Bulverde processor, while handling multimedia applications is enhanced with Intel's Marathon Graphics Accelerator chip. The SPH also packs a 1.3-megapixel camera with flash, colour display with 240x320 resolution and 192 megabytes of Ram - all in a package that weighs 193 grams and measures 120x62.7x24mm.