Palm awaits judgment on T2

Arnie may be on T3 but Palm is still working on T2. The handheld vendor is launching its Palm Tungsten T2 handheld in the Middle East, which comes with additional multimedia features and its sharpest screen on a handheld yet.

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By  Peter Branton Published  July 23, 2003

Arnie may be on T3 but Palm is still working on T2. The handheld vendor is launching its Palm Tungsten T2 handheld in the Middle East, which comes with additional multimedia features and its sharpest screen on a handheld yet.

The T2 also features more memory and additional software, including the latest version of Graffiti, Palm’s handwriting recognition software. Like its predecessor, the T2 comes with integrated Bluetooth capabilities.

It is the multimedia features which Palm believes will sell the model, with users being able to download movie trailers or other video clips and play them. The T2 also comes with a built-in speaker, and users can play MP3 files, which can be stored on a separate expansion card.

“With the Palm Tungsten T2 handheld, users can enjoy more memory, an ultrasharp colour screen, and the latest Palm OS software, plus listen to MP3s, watch video clips, and view their favorite photos wherever they go,” said David Christopher, vice president of product management for Palm Solutions Group. “Handheld enthusiasts with a taste for innovation will appreciate the Tungsten T2 handheld for its compactness and built0in Bluetooth technology for wireless email and internet access, as well as communicating with other Bluetooth-enabled devices such as phones, PCs or other handhelds.”

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