Palm InfoCenter: Sony Dream World opens in Tokyo this week, designed to show off its latest technology. Included in this is a demonstration of a handheld running Palm OS 5. PC Watch, a Japanese website, has a picture. Unfortunately, no other details are available besides the fact that it appears to be quite similar to a NR70V, including having the 320 by 480 pixel screen and an integrated digital camera. Here’s Alta Vista’s translation. The site also includes pictures of the upcoming Sony Ericsson P800 mobile phone.
Sony Clie Palm OS 5 PDA sneak peek
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