|Palm Launches Wireless Keyboard|
Posted: 17-Sep-2003 [Source: Palm]
[Palm launches new accessories including a wireless infrared keyboard,a multifunction stylus, and a plug-and-play 1.3 megapixel camera card.]
New York -- Palm, Inc. announced a dazzling array of fall accessories perfect for gift-giving. Available on Oct. 1 (unless otherwise noted) in consumer-electronics outlets, major retail chains and online e-stores in most countries worldwide, the new line of accessories includes an innovative wireless infrared (IR) keyboard; a multifunction stylus; six stylish handheld cases; a plug-and-play, 1.3 megapixel camera card; handheld protection products; and complete accessory kits.
First Palm Branded Wireless Keyboard Eases Text Entry
With this foldable, practical keyboard, Palm handheld users can type effortlessly, connected to a Palm branded handheld wirelessly via IR. This battery-operated keyboard, featuring standard, full-sized keys, works with all current Palm handhelds. ($69.95) (NOTE: All Palm accessories prices are estimated U.S. street prices.)
Executive Multifunction Stylus: The Perfect Executive Gift
Performing four functions in one -- a smooth-writing pen, a laser pointer, a flashlight and, of course, a stylus -- the pen-sized Executive Multifunction Stylus is perfect for use with any Palm handheld. ($19.95)
1.3 Megapixel Camera Card Takes Pictures and Stores Photos
Slide the new camera card into a Palm handheld's expansion slot and start taking beautiful 24-bit color photos at up to 1280 x 1024 resolution. Users can save them as standard JPEG images, which can be easily shared with family and friends. Other features include adjustable focus for close-up shots or landscapes, digital zoom for photos, a swivel lens for self-portraits or forward-facing photos, and a video capture function. Compatible with all current color Palm handhelds with Palm Photos or PhotoBase software (Tungsten C, Tungsten T and Tungsten T2 handhelds) this new camera card is scheduled to be available in December. ($99.95)
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