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Photos: Palm grabs TX handheld

The company revamps its entry-level handhelds with color screens and Wi-Fi.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor
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Palm's new TX handheld device is only the third Palm product to include native Wi-Fi access. Priced at $299, the organizer also includes a high-resolution 320 by 480 color screen expansion card slot for MultiMediaCard, SD and SDIO formats.

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Palm is launching two new organizers for people who may be buying their first device. The Z22 and TX handheld organizers priced at $99 and $299 respectively come with color screens and increased memory capacity. Both are available online and in retail stores.

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