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Kodak's PalmPix Camera for Palm m100 handhelds

By Gisela M. Pedroza • May 1, 2001

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Another nifty little gadget is the Kodak PalmPix Camera for yourPalm m100 handheld. It attaches to your PDA, allowing you to storeand view images on your m100 or beam them via infrared to otherhandheld users. Images appear in grayscale on the LCD screen butcan be viewed in full color when hotsync'd to your computer asstandard JPEG or bitmap files. The camera weighs 1.6 ounces withoutbatteries and features a fixed-focus lens as well as a 2x digitalzoom. And like the m100, the camera runs on AAA alkalinebatteries.

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