Sony Clie PEG-TG50: a new Palm OS 5.0 keyboard PDA
Today brought confirmations for the last-month rumours about Sony’s new keyboard PDA. Operating under Palm OS 5.0, this novelty is named Clie PEG-TG50. in Japanese retail it should appear on March 15.
As supposed PEG-TG50 will occupy the middle in updated PDA line of 2003 – between high-end PEG-NZ90 and low-end PEG-SJ33. The model itself succeeds PEG-T650C, but differs by 200MHz Intel PXA250 200MHz and Palm OS Ver.5.0 instead of 66MHz Dragonball Super VZ and Palm OS 4. The novelty features keyboard embedded into the main module. Being pressed, each button is backlit for a second. The cover needed is for protective purposes only.
So, the model features 200MHz PXA250, 16Mb user RAM + 16Mb ROM, color 320x320@65Ę backlit LCD display, USB 1. and HotSync interfaces. Measured 71.6x16.2 (12.5 w/o cover) x126 mm, it weighs 184g (158g w/o cover) and powers from a built-in polymer Li-Ion battery enough for 11 days of standby or 2-3 hours of video playback, 5 hours of audio playback (MP3/ATRAC3).
The device features Bluetooth 1.1 module, Memory Stick PRO slot. Price of Clie PEG-TG50 is not expected to exceed $330.
Source: PC Watch
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