3Com subsidiary Palm Computing has introduced a new Palm Pilot, further fuelling competition raging in the handheld market.
Palm Computing claima the Palm III will retail for $399, when it debuts in April.
It features a slimmer, curvier shape and an updated operating system, which the company says will improve handwriting recognition and an infrared file transfer facility. The Palm OS 3.0 is compatible with Windows 95, Windows NT, and Macintosh PCs.
The new Palm III arrives on the back of recent price cuts of the old model. The PalmPilot Professional and the PalmPilot Personal were cut to $300 and $200 respectively.
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