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The Milpitas, Calif.-based handheld device maker will introduce the latest editions in its Tungsten and Zire product lines toward the end of April, according to sources familiar with the company's plans.
The enterprise-focused Tungsten C is expected to be the first Palm handheld to come with built-in 802.11b wireless networking and the first Palm device to use an Intel XScale processor. Targeted at consumers, Palm's new Zire 71 is expected to feature an integrated camera.