On the inside you get an impressive line-up of high-tech hardware, including an Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 processor, a 2 MB L2 cache and 800 MHz front side bus, which is more than adequate even for the most avid gamer.
The other propriety CPU, the 26.6 Mhz "Jerry", contained a 32-bit RISC Digital Signal Processor, in addition to units responsible for 16-bit stereo sound, joystick control, wavelength synthesis, and other functions.
However, because Sega's development team created the Saturn with dual CPUs (Hitachi 28.6 Mhz SuperH-2 7604), along with 6 other processors, game makers found it difficult to harness all of this power.
Sony has picked the Nvidia RSX, a hot new graphics architecture, and will run it at 550 MHz, which Sony claims is more potent than a pair of GeForce 6800s working in unison.
Other technical specifications include a SH-4 206 MHz RISC CPU, PowerVR2 CLX2 graphics engine, 16MB of main RAM, 8MB of video RAM, and 2 MB of sound RAM.
The different styles available include the Emergency, which has a built-in micro transmitter that broadcasts on 121.5 MHz aircraft emergency frequency.
The program has been around for decades, dating back to PalmOS, and offers superior performance with the 624 Mhz processor that powers the Touch Pro.
Sure, range might increase slightly, but sometimes you can get more distance from a 900 Mhz phone than a 2.4 Ghz cordless phone.
The Treos run the Palm OS software and most of the phones have processors that run anywhere from 250 Mhz to 320 Mhz.
More expensive monitors are available in 90 MHz frequencies and 2.4 GHz which have fewer problems with interference.