, maker of the Magic
Cap operating system for handheld computers, will demonstrate
two Internet applications for handhelds this week at PC Expo.
PrestoMail, an email client for sending and receiving messages, and PrestoLinks, a Web
browser, are both designed to run on the Sony MagicLink PIC
2000 and the Motorola Envoy 150
wireless communicator. Both programs are due to ship by the end of the month and require a minimum of 2MB of RAM.
The PrestoLinks Web browser, originally developed by Active Paper in conjunction with General Magic, uses
standard Internet protocols and even supports tables, but can't cache numerous pages.
Final pricing has not been set, but the products will be packaged
together in a bundle costing between $49 to $79, according to a General Magic