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Palm’s latest model, the TX, is its most ambitious new handheld in a long time.

This isn’t because it’s full of cutting-edge features. It certainly is not. However, very few mid-range models have ever offered much innovation. Instead, for the first time in much too long, Palm has come out with a handheld that’s easily capable of competing on price.

For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds. For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds.

For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds.For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds.

For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds.For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds.For years, Palm has asked people to pay a premium for the Palm OS. Part of me can’t criticize too much because it worked for a long time.But not any more. Too many have started to wake up to the value offered by Dell’s Axim series, leading to drops in sales of Palm’s handhelds.

That’s why the TX follows a new path. At $300, it has features that are quite competitive with the comparably priced Axim.

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