Gear 6/01

More storage space and a look at the latest Palm
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CompactFlash Card

If your PDA or digital camera is overloaded, a CompactFlash Card is an alternative to hitting the ol' delete button. Iomega's 128MB card should keep you covered for a while-just insert it into your camera, PDA, digital audio player, handheld PC or anything else that features a slot for it, and watch your files save automatically, without the need for cables or cords.

m505

The slick, new Palm m505 has a 16-bit color screen; 8MB memory (expandable to 64MB); an expansion slot for adding GPS, camera modules and more; and wireless Net-enabling software. Palm OS 4.0 powers it; minimum requirements for synching include a desktop PC or Mac with 30MB hard-drive space and an available USB port.

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