Several retailers are offering low prices on a variety of handhelds and handheld-related products, including memory cards.
Dell is currently offering 10% off the cost of its new Axim X3i. This Pocket PC offers a 400 MHz processor, 64 MB of RAM, and built-in Wi-Fi. With the discount, it is currently selling for $341.
The company has also taken 10% off the cost of its Axim X5 Advance. This model has a 400 MHz processor, 64MB of RAM, and both SD and Compact Flash memory card slots. This discount brings its price down to $269.
To take advantage of these prices, visit the Dell web site.
Everyone who purchases a Tungsten T3, Zire 71, or open box Tungsten T2 handheld from the Palm Store will receive a free Palm MP3 Audio Kit. Those who buy a Tungsten E can get the kit for $9.95.
The Palm MP3 Audio Kit consists of a 64MB memory card, a pair of stereo headphones, and a USB SD/MMC card Reader/Writer for the user's PC or Mac. It normally sells for $99.
More information is available on the Palm Store web site.
ComputerGeeks.com is now offering a Magicstor 2.2GB CompactFlash Type II MicroDrive for just $200. These typically sell for about $250.
To buy this item, visit the ComputerGeeks.com web site.
eCost has a Kingston 128MB CompactFlash card for $35. Plus, the manufacturer is offering a $12 mail-in rebate and eCost is including a $10 mail-in rebate, bringing the final cost down to $13.
eCost also has a Kingston 128 MB Secure Digital (SD) card for $40. Kingston is offering a $15 mail-in rebate and eCost is offering a $10 one, bringing the cost down to $15.
To learn more or make a purchase, visit the eCost web site.
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