Two New Sony Clie NX80V And Clie NX73V

Posted: May 30 2003, 10:13am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:50pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Two New Sony Clie NX80V and Clie NX73V
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Sony Japan announced two new Clie PDAs -- The PEG-NX80V and PEG-NX73V.

The Sony Clie NX80V features a 1.3 Mega pixel camera with a Flash, Palm OS 5, 200mhz processor, 32MB of RAM, backlit keyboard and a CF card slot.

The NX73V has similar features with a lower resolution camera.
Both models feature a 3.8 inch 320x480 high resolution display, with the Sony flip/twist design. The models also provide a CF and Memory stick expansion slots, voice recorder, mp3 player and a backlit thumb keyboard.

The NX80V and NX73V will be available in Japan on June 28th and June 7th.

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