Sam from PalmsCity.com in Hong Kong has successfully upgraded his Sony Clie PEG-N700C to OS 4.1 and is offering this service for the upgrade price of HK$580 (US$74.5). The Singapore Palm Users Group has, in fact, already availed of Sam’s services in the past for memory upgrades to the Palm V. One was held in October 1999 and the other in January 2000.
Sony Clie Palm OS 4.1 upgrade in HK
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