One of the few drawbacks of Toshiba's Wi-Fi-enabled <A href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/review/12/1/1494.html">e740</A> was its less than stellar screen. So it comes as no surprise that the company has endowed that model's successor, the e750, with a much-improved display. There's more good news: Toshiba has also thrown in an extra 32MB of storage space and slightly refined the design, making a good handheld even better. If Toshiba had also tossed in a juicy software package to sweeten the pot, the e750 would be irresistible. As it stands, however, the e750 -- which launches in the UK on 7 April -- remains a desirable handheld for power users.