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HandEra releases Palm-based handheld

HandEra has begun shipping its handheld that uses the Palm operating system, the Iowa-based company said Tuesday. The $350 HandEra 330 has 8MB of RAM and a 240-by-320-pixel screen, one of the highest resolution screens of any Palm-based handheld. It also has two expansion slots--CompactFlash and Secure Digital--to accommodate add-ons and extra memory. And unlike on other Palm-based devices, the "virtual graffiti" area can be hidden to expand the screen's viewable area. Founded in 1992, HandEra previously operated under the name TRG Products. The company is based in Des Moines.

HandEra has begun shipping its handheld that uses the Palm operating system, the Iowa-based company said Tuesday. The $350 HandEra 330 has 8MB of RAM and a 240-by-320-pixel screen, one of the highest resolution screens of any Palm-based handheld. It also has two expansion slots--CompactFlash and Secure Digital--to accommodate add-ons and extra memory. And unlike on other Palm-based devices, the "virtual graffiti" area can be hidden to expand the screen's viewable area.

Founded in 1992, HandEra previously operated under the name TRG Products. The company is based in Des Moines.