The Sony Clie PEG-TG50 features an integrated keyboard, bluetooth and a flip cover. The graffiti pad that resides under the main screen of many Palm OS devices is gone on the new model leaving a screen that is roughly square. The row of application buttons that usually sits under the graffiti pad, such as on the new SJ33, has been moved up to remain under the now shorter screen and underneath these buttons is a Qwerty keyboard.
Ho-hum, another new Clie, of course…
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