PalmOne this week released a low-end PDA for business users, the Tungsten E2, which replaces the Tungsten E, released in 2003.
Among new features in the E2 is nonvolatile flash memory, so that data is preserved if the battery runs out, and Bluetooth wireless technology.
Like its predecessor, the E2 has a 320-by-320-pixel color display, but the display is brighter in the E2 than in the E, officials said.
The E2 comes with an Intel 200MHz XScale processor and runs on the Palm Garnet operating system. The handheld has 32MB of RAM, 26MB of which is accessible to users, and includes a memory expansion slot for SD, SDIO and MMC cards.
The E2 is available now for $249.