Palm has launched its latest unconnected PDA to replace the entry-level Tungsten organiser.
The Palm Tungsten E2 comes with a 200MHz Intel XScale processor and 32MB of Ram, of which 26MB is available to the user. Bluetooth is built in and the device has an SD card slot for removable storage.
"This sleek, stylish device is the perfect handheld to take into the boardroom or the classroom," said Ken Wirt, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at PalmOne.
Improvements over the Tungsten E include a larger, clearer colour screen and a much bigger battery. The PDA will go on sale today priced at $249.
The unconnected PDA market is the slowest growing handheld sector, and sales have begun to fall in the US.
Nevertheless Palm has sold over two million units of the Tungsten E, and has similar hopes for the E2.
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