New Palm TX - A Low-Cost WiFi PDA

Posted: Oct 12 2005, 9:07am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:37pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

New Palm TX - A Low-Cost WiFi PDA
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Along with the Palm Z22, Palm also announced the Palm TX officially.

Palm positions the Palm TX as a low-cost WiFi enabled PDA. Palm TX also features Bluetooth to connect via a mobile phone to the Internet on the go.
The Palm TX sells for $299 at the Palm Online Store.

The Palm TX is less powerful than Palm Tungsten T5. Palm lowered the price for the Palm T5 a bit to $349.
Both, the Z22 and the TX are entry-level models, but then how much PDA power do you really need. Palm TX Main Features:
Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology
High-Res 320x480 screen, rotates to landscape or portrait
128MB flash memory keeps your information safe
Browse the web and send email
View photos and videos, play MP3 files and Podcasts
MultiMediaCard, SD, and SDIO expansion card compatible
Intel 312MHz processor

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