Pocket Science, the US messaging solution provider, has announced the availability of its email device, the Pocketmail Backflip, at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
The device, first introduced at Comdex in November, is a small piece of hardware which snaps on to the back of a Palm Pilot to offer email services.
It allows users to send and receive email or fax messages from a landline or wireless phone without the need for cables.
The device will only be available through the website, www.pocketmail.com, and is priced at $99. Unlimited Pocketmail service is priced at $9.95 per month.
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