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Sharp Zaurus SL-C3200 PDA with 6GB HDD

Marc Perton
March 7, 2006
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There was once a time when Sharp was a cutting-edge producer of PDAs, and the company's Zaurus was a market leader. But as the market has matured (and declined), the Zaurus line has devolved into little more than a pocket dictionary, giving it something of a second life in countries like Japan and Korea, where such products are still popular, but continuing to marginalize it as a portable computer. Still, the latest Zaurus, the SL-C3200, does have a few nice features, including a 6GB hard drive, SD slot and 3.7-inch VGA touchscreen display. But unless you need to practice for your TOEIC test, you probably won't exactly see this as a must-have device (though we hear that it runs Linux, so there's some hope for it).

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