By David Dritsas
While the PC and computing products' economy has not had the most ideal year, there has still been some interesting and meaningful product introductions from some major players. The PDA market specifically, which has seen radical drops in demand, is still serving up different options for retail.
Sony's advanced its line of CLIÉ PDAs that uses Palm Computing's Palm OS (version 4.0). The new models include the PEG-N610C and PEG-S320 handhelds. The 610C, priced at $400, has a 320 x 320 pixel resolution, 16-bit color LCD screen. The S320 is a second-generation monochrome CLIÉ priced at $200 and does not include the audio playback.