For anything up to $500 Overstock.com is offering 10% off if you use this special link >> 10% off. Overstock.com has the HP 547 ($326.95 - $32.00 = $294.00) with a free keyboard right now.
One of our faithful members picked this up and posted the info on the discussion boards, here's the thread.
Palm Inc. increased its lead in the European market for handheld computers in the third quarter as sales fell more than one-third amid slowing economic growth, Gartner Inc.'s Dataquest unit said Thursday.
Following a price reduction on its low-end device, Sony plans to introduce a mid-range model into its Clie line.
'We see PDAs as a natural step in the evolution of video applications. Wireless video will first be implemented in PDAs before it can be utilized by mid-range mobile phones.'
Handspring is set to introduce two new midrange handhelds. But analysts say it's a crowded segment of the market that's increasingly losing its luster.
Palm quietly cuts price of m500 By Ian Fried Staff Writer, CNET News.com September 6, 2001, 6:50 p.m. PT Amid a weak market for pricey black-and-white handhelds, handheld maker Palm has quietly slashed the price of its Palm m500 to $329, a $70 drop.
After a brutal six months, the handheld industry is looking to new midrange devices and wireless access to get past its first major slump.
Let the price cutting begin! Staples.com has cut prices on many of the Handspring PDA's, including a $50 reduction on most of the Deluxe units.
Handspring plans to release two new handhelds into the increasingly crowded midlevel market. The move comes amidst similar activity from rivals such as Palm.
Staples has a $50 off coupon (use coupon code 80147) for a $500 purchase or more, the Clie costs $499.98 (close, but not $500.00). bargainPDA user erikjphoto has suggested this to get the price over $500:
Goodguys.com has the Clie 610 in stock and ready to ship for $399.99. They also offer free shipping and tax free sales! That's as good as saving 8% in some states!
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