Sharp’s new SL-C3200 disappoints if you are looking for major enhancements such as Bluetooth or WiFi. All it offers is an additional 2GB of HDD space from the previous 4GB and a whole bunch of software. The management at Sharp ought to take a deeper look at their pocket computers to prevent the next iteration being yet another oversized dictionary.
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