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New palmOne LifeDrive handheld images available before launch
Posted on 6-May-2005 20:15 | Tags Filed under: News


New palmOne LifeDrive handheld images available before launch
Various websites are reporting on a glitch that made pictures of the palmOne's LifeDrive, rumoured as their next PDA, available on Amazon's web site.

The description discloses more information about the palmOne LifeDrive, confirming its name and a high-resolution colour LCD with 320x480 pixels. The LifeDrive supports portrait and landscape screen orientations.

The PDA is based on an Intel 416MHz XScale processor based and can be used as a external drive when plugged into a computer, allowing drag and drop files from a PC onto the LifeDrive mobile manager.

The Amazon.com page says the device will be availabe 18 May 2005. The page seems to have been created by a seller other than palmOne.


More information: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect?li...




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