Almost lost on the furor surrounding the release of the Tungsten E2 was palmOne's decision to drop the official price of its Wi-Fi SD card.
When this wireless networking card debuted, it cost $129. Starting last week, that price dropped to $99.
This should help calm the complaints of those who pointed out that this card previously cost considerably more than other Wi-Fi SD cards.
In addition, $99 is only the official price. Shopper.com shows several stores selling it for less. A couple even have it for just over $75.
This card uses the 802.11b standard. It can transfer data at up to 11 Mbps and has a maximum range of 300 feet.
It is the only Wi-Fi SD card that works with the Tungsten T3, Tungsten T5, and Zire 72.
The software necessary to let the just-released Tungsten E2 use this card will be available next month.
At this time, these are the only models compatible with this card.
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