Today, palmOnethe company formerly known as Palmis introducing three new devices to fill out its handheld line. The Zire 21, Tungsten E, and Tungsten T3 will retail for $99, $199, and $399, respectively. All three models use Palm OS 5.2.1.
The sensible and affordable Zire 21 will probably be a great seller for palmOne, but I can't help but gush over the Tungsten T3. The tiny Tungsten T3 measures only 4.3" x 3.0" x 0.66" and weighs a scant 5.5oz, but still packs a 400MHz XScale processor, 64MB of memory, Bluetooth, and a 320x480 color screen. The Tungsten T3 is also the first handheld from palmOne to use a dynamic graffiti area that can be retracted to give apps a little more screen real estate to play with.
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