Palm’s LifeDrive Gets Another Price Cut

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For the second time in just a couple of months, Palm, Inc. has cut the price of its flagship handheld.

In mid- 2005, when Palm introduced the first Mobile Manager, this device cost $500. In January, this price dropped to $450.

Today, the official cost for a LifeDrive was cut to $400.

This move is sure to spark speculation that Palm is going to introduce a replacement model soon. Spring is typically a time when this company refreshes its product line.

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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