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    Read this brief article about SOnys upcoming OS5 device. Looks like a NR series device, but will have some kick *** specs

    http://www.palminfocenter.com/view_S...ODE=FLAT#63602
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    Update: A Sony spokesperson emphasizes that this is more of a demonstration of the capabilities of Palm OS 5 on an ARM-based processor than a sneak peak of a future hardware release. According to him, it is premature to draw any conclusions about the hardware features of future handhelds based on this.
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    I sewem to recall that they said the same exact thing when they demoed the NRV70 at a conference a few months back (Palmsource?). A few weeks later it was out on the martket.

    Sony have nothing to lose for pre-announcing products because they have a new product every month (or so it seems).


    Originally posted by ToolkiT
    Update: A Sony spokesperson emphasizes that this is more of a demonstration of the capabilities of Palm OS 5 on an ARM-based processor than a sneak peak of a future hardware release. According to him, it is premature to draw any conclusions about the hardware features of future handhelds based on this.
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    Originally posted by yardie
    I sewem to recall that they said the same exact thing when they demoed the NRV70 at a conference a few months back (Palmsource?). A few weeks later it was out on the martket.

    Sony have nothing to lose for pre-announcing products because they have a new product every month (or so it seems).
    The biggest difference is that when the NR70 was showcased as a prototype, it was shown held in someone's hand. Since this one is sealed in a case, we don't know for a fact _yet_, that it's a functional device and not a breadboard attached to an NR70 screen.
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