Palm Launches Wireless Keyboard
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NEW YORK - Handheld device maker Palm
has used the spotlight of
this year's TECHXNY to roll out a slew of PDA accessories, including a wireless infrared
keyboard, a multifunction stylus and a plug-and-play, 1.3 megapixel camera card.
The company said the first Palm-branded wireless keyboard would be battery operated and would offer full-sized keys. The $70 accessory connects to Palm devices via infrared.
The new multi-function stylus has been built to perform four functions in one -- from a writing pen to a laser pointer to doubling as a flashlight. The company also rolled out six new cases for its branded handhelds.
Looking to cash in on sales during the busy holiday season, Palm also launched a new 1.3 megapixel camera card to allow users to take 24-bit color photos at up to 1280x1024 resolution. The camera card is compatible with all current color Palm handhelds with Palm Photos or PhotoBase software (Tungsten C, Tungsten T and Tungsten T2 handhelds). It is scheduled to ship in December.
San Jose, Calif.-based Coyote Point Systems, which provides Internet Traffic Management services, announced that its Equalizer 7.0 load balancing appliance would now ship with a dual gigabit ethernet interface.
The company said the E450 model of Equalizer 7.0 would be fitted with with a 1GHz processor and 512 MB of RAM. Capable of balancing the load for an unlimited number of 64-server clusters, the E450 can handle 4,000,000 simultaneous connections.