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Sony Clie NR70V - PCstats.com Sony Clie NR70V
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The Clie (short for Communication, Link, Information & Entertainment) NR70 is Sony's latest handheld. It runs PalmOS v4.1 on it's powerful 66MHz CPU. It has a high resolution 54 thousand color backlit LCD, which at 320x480, is larger than most other Palm handhelds. The Clie NR70 is designed to fold in half, with the extra-large LCD on top. On the bottom, with the normal palm function buttons, is a mini QWERTY keyboard for easy data input. The LCD is mounted on a "flip and rotate" hinge, which allows it to have 180 degrees of motion. This PDA also comes with 16MB of onboard memory, useful for listening to music using the built-in MP3 player. You can start listening to music immediately with the included headphones and remote control. If 16MB isnt enough for you, use the included Memory Stick port to expand your memory. With the memory stick port, you can add up to 128MB or memory, which is good for MP3s, or videos, which can be played on the Hi-Res LCD. What sets the NR70V apart from the NR70 is the integrated digital camera. With its large 16MB memory, hi-res color LCD, and Flip-and-Rotate hinge, the NR70V is perfect for digital photography.
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