In Living Color

Yes, Palm's newest handheld computer has a color screen. Even better, it has grown a keyboard

I will admit that with the release this week of Palm Computing Inc.'s IIIc--the long-awaited color version of the popular handheld computer--we're one step closer to the perfect information machine. I'm not sure, though, what thrills me more: the dazzle of 256 colors on its tiny screen or the new Palm Portable keyboard, a $99 add-on that shipped at the same time. The full-size keyboard--one of two versions will fit any Palm--cleverly folds up into a package that's the same pocket size as the computer itself. It finally allows me to stow that plastic stylus and type like a man. In...

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