PalmOne reworks Tungsten handheld

PalmOne has added Bluetooth connectivity and a longer lasting battery to its Tungsten E handheld device in a bid to attract more PDA buyers.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  April 14, 2005

PalmOne has added Bluetooth connectivity and a longer lasting battery to its Tungsten E handheld device in a bid to attract more PDA business throughout the region. Available immediately from around US$260, the updated handheld is designed for use by a real cross-section of users, from mobile business types to organised students. “With the Tungsten E2, customers get more of what they want - Bluetooth and a brighter, richer color screen that brings calendar, contacts, documents, photos and videos to life,” said Stuart Maughan, PalmOne Middle East’s branch manager. “Plus, flash memory to keep important information safe, even when you forget to charge the device.” In addition to Bluetooth functionality, the all-new Tungsten E features a brighter, 320 x 320 pixel display (bringing it into line with the majority of PalmOne's other PDA models), 32MB of non-volatile flash memory (with 26MB actual storage capacity), and an SD/MMC memory card slot with which users can turn the device into an MP3 player for music on the move.

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