After having some info on it leaked on Friday, Sony officially announced the Sony Clie PEG-SL10 today. This is a low-end handheld, costing just $150. It has a 320 by 320 monochrome screen, which is an improvement on Sony’s current low-end model, the S360, which has only a 160 by 160 monochrome one. It has other features typically on Sony’s handhelds, like a Jog Dial with Back button and a Memory Stick slot for extra storage. It will be available sometime next month.
And Sony keeps going… and going…
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