Tag Archives: Handheld game console

Logitech’s Bluetooth pen

By | March 9, 2005

Logitech are about to bring out their io2 pen for Bluetooth: This summer, Logitech will launch a Bluetooth-enabled version of the io2 Digital Pen, designed to address the current data entry shortcomings of mobile data capture devices. Logitech’s Bluetooth digital pen, when used in combination with a Bluetooth wireless handheld device, will help an organization’s mobile workforce more… Read More »

Portable Media Centers: Damp Squibs?

By | October 16, 2004

How big are Portable Media Centers going to be? Not very, says The Diffusion Group, a Dallas-based research consultancy. In a report it says both Microsoft-based and non-MS-based media players with video, audio and photo capabilities will “face stiff competition from less-expensive application-specific alternatives such as MP3 players, portable DVD players, and new portable photo storage technologies”. Partly… Read More »

Palm Cradle Or Orthotic Pregnancy Band?

By | December 11, 2003

Palm, or palmOne to be precise, have just come out with the new Mini Cradle, “perfect for holiday gift-giving”. So what’s different about the Mini Cradle and your normal cradle? It has, according to the press release, “a unique, modern design complete with built-in lighting and a silver metallic base. The illumination provides users with positive confirmation that… Read More »

News: Palm’s New Wireless Keyboard

By | October 3, 2003

 On the heels of its launch of fresh handhelds, Palm has launched some new accessories, including a wireless keyboard, multifunction stylus, six cases, a camera card, handheld device protection units and complete accessory kits.   According to UK PR firm M2 Communications the wireless keyboard lets users type using a QWERTY key layout without the need to connect the… Read More »

Update: The New Palms. They’re Out

By | October 1, 2003

 As threatened, Palm have released new models: the Tungsten T3 handheld, “for the most demanding professionals who need a best-in-class colour and wireless handheld”, the Palm Tungsten E handheld, for “cost-conscious professionals who need premium power and performance”.       The Tungsten T3 handheld is Palm?s first device that supports a ultra high-resolution colour screen in landscape,… Read More »