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The D-Snap SV-AV50A/S (blue/silver) tapeless digital camcorder from Panasonic is only 20mm thin and can record up to 3.5 hours of MPEG4 video on a 512MB SD memory card. It features a 2-inch LCD screen and 1.95 megapixels for still photos.
Handspring officially announces the Treo 600 which integrates a phone, a Palm OS 5-based organizer, messaging, email, a web browser, a built-in QWERTY keyboard, a bright color screen and an integrated SD/MMC slot.
Hagiwara Sys-Com, a Japanese semiconductor company, have announced they are developing four wireless cards for Palm OS devices. The company plans to release both Secure Digital (SD) and Memory Stick (MS) Bluetooth and WiFi cards this summer.
Palm Inc. Monday unveiled two new handhelds under its Tungsten brand that introduce phone features and built-in support for the wireless technology Bluetooth to its line-up. The Tungsten T is slimmer and more compact than previous handhelds from Palm. Sized at 4 inches by 3 inches, it can be extended another inch to expose a hidden Graffiti pad for inputting data with a stylus pen. Read More
Sony recently received notice from the Bluetooth SIG that a product called the PEGA-MSB1 is Bluetooth 1.1 qualified. There is no hint of when Sony will officially announce this adapter, though a press conference scheduled for Monday to talk about a new handheld and CeBIT, the world’s largest trade show, begins Tuesday. There is also no suggestion of a price. The Palm Bluetooth SD card has recently gone into limited sale for $130 and is expected to be widely available by the end of this month. The PEGA-MSB1 will probably be competitively priced. Read more…