Just when you thought that Palm is about to go belly up (or looking for a white knight), along comes the Aceeca PDA32 which throws a very slim lifeline not because the company is going to purchase Palm, but because the PDA32 runs off the Garnet operating system from Palm. Retailing for $199 a pop, it comes with a 320 × 480 resolution display, a 400MHz Samsung processor, 64MB RAM, optional Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity (a travesty with the latter being a staple these days). Anyone thinks that this PDA will be able to make it big?
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