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Sony Clie TJ27 write up on PDA Buyers Guide
Posted on 12-Feb-2004 14:50 | Filed under: News

Lisa Grade has published a good summary of features available on the latest Sony Clie TJ27: "Now with the TJ27 and TJ37 models, even entry-level Cliés come with an integrated digicam! These two new models will likely replace the TJ25 and TJ35, introduced in the Fall of 2004. The integrated digicam is the most salient upgrade to that line, along with WiFi on the TJ37. The TJs have high res 320 x 320 pixel color displays, a 200 MHz processor running Palm OS 5.2.1. These digicam toting Cliés will likely compete with Palm's very successful Zire 71. Like its predecessor the TJ25, the TJ27 is targeted at business users who don't crave multimedia and bells and whistles, but rather a highly portable and powerful machine. The TJ37, which adds MP3 playback hardware and software along with a movie player will suit those who want a good dose of multimedia in a reasonably priced unit."

  • Display: 320 x 320 pixels, 65,000 colors backlit TFT.
  • 200 MHz i.MXL processor (ARM family processor made by Motorola). 32 MB of RAM with 23 MB available to the user.
  • Size: 4 1/2 x 3 x 17/32 inches. 5 ounces (145 grams).
  • Battery: Rechargeable Lithium Ion Polymer. Not user replaceable.
  • Camera: .31 megapixel CMOS VGA camera for photos (not movies). F2.8 lens with 3.6mm focal length (equiv. to a 35mm lens on a 35mm film camera). Focus range .23m to infinity. White balance: auto, outdoor, indoor A (incandescent) and indoor B (fluorescent). Picture effects: none, B&W, sepia. Brightness: auto and 5 steps of manual adjustment from -2 to + 2. Self-timer and 2x digital zoom.


  • More information: http://www.pdabuyersguide.com/feature/sony_TJ...
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