Palm Cuts LifeDrive’s Price

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When Palm, inc. introduced the first Mobile Manager, this device cost $500. Today, this company has cut the price for this handheld by 10 percent, bringing it down to $450.

As the LifeDrive is a device that premiered over six months ago, it’s typical that its manufacturer would reduce the selling price. Still, today’s move is sure to spark speculation that Palm is going to introduce a replacement model.

While it’s undeniably true that this is going to happen at some point in the future, it isn’t likely to come about in the next few months.

In any case, those who are interested in picking up a LifeDrive should be aware that today’s change affects only the official price for this handheld; in the near future other retailers will surely be offering it for even less. As always, is a good place to find the best price for this device.

More About the Palm LifeDrive

Palm LifeDrive Palm’s latest high-end model runs Palm OS Garnet on a 416 MHz XScale processor.

Its most notable feature is its built-in 4 GB hard drive.

In addition, this device has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 1.1 wireless networking.

It also has a 320-by-480-pixel display and an SD card slot.

More information is available on Palm’s web site.

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