"The Axim X51 family is no longer being offered, and we have no plans for a follow-on product at this time," Dell spokeswoman Anne Camden said in an e-mail. Camden noted that the company does sell handhelds from other makers on its Web site, including GPS devices and smart phones.
Dell its most recent model, the X51, in the fall of 2005.in 2002, helping to bring lower prices to a market in which customers had grown used to spending several hundred dollars. Over time, Dell expanded its lineup, such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless technologies. The company debuted
However, the market for personal organizers has stagnated as many users have opted for smart phones that combine such features as calendar and contact functions with telephony.
The demise of the Axim was earlier noted by handheld enthusiast Web site MobilitySite.