Toshiba is out to torch Palm's market share but not at the expense of its customers' back pockets. The vendor has just released its new Pocket PC e310. At $899, it's the first PDA from Toshiba in the sub-$1,000 market. If you think that's light on, Toshiba claims the 12mm-thick e310 is currently the lightest PDA in the world at just 140 grams. The device features the latest Intel StrongArm 206MHz processor and runs Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 operating system. Users can watch movies or MP3 files through the device's 64K colour display. It also features a USB cradle or wireless synchronisation, 32MB of memory and up to 72 hours of battery life. The e310 is available through Toshiba distributors.
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