Amazon is having a sale on many handheld models. For example, the Palm Tungsten T is $465 (list price $500), the HP iPAQ h1910 is $284 (list price $300), the Palm m130 is $142 (list price $250), and more.
XCPUScalar 1.0 is now available from ImmierSoft. This is a CPU scaling utility that allows the user to set the processor speed from 100 MHz to 300 MHz, depending on how much power or battery life is wanted. It’s shareware.
Qvadis announces the release of Lexica 2.1, a new version of its reference viewer, multilingual dictionary and translator system for Palm-powered devices. It introduces virtual file system (VFS) support, meaning reference modules can now be stored on external media. Lexica Pro users can now store all their language modules – which enable bi-directional translation between English and French, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese – on an expansion card. In addition, Lexica 2.1 includes a number of other features, including Palm OS 5.0 compatibility, improved bitmap support for high density displays, and more
Cases Online offers hundreds of unique cases just for HP’s iPAQ line.