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Palm OS Still Alive and Kicking in Two New Devices from Aceeca

By Chuong Nguyen January 18, 2010, 10:38 am

Although Palm has ended its relationship with Palm OS since the company has developed its home brew webOS platform, the aging Palm OS is still alive and kicking, with Aceeca poised to release two new devices running Palm OS.

The first device is a consumer, entry-level PDA called the Aceeca PDA32 Garnet, which is said to be taller and thicker than the now end-of-life Palm TX. The PDA32 will sport a QVGA display, SD memory card expansion slot, and an ARM-based processor for $200. Customers can also add extra wireless options, raising the entry-level price point.

The business class option comes with a larger battery for $500 called the MEZ1500 Garnet and expansion options for RFID scanners, barcode readers, and other peripherals.


(via: Engadget)


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