PC Expo Report

Last week New York City played host to PC Expo 2000, the summer's biggest personal-computing trade show, and we braved the stale convention-center air and 85,000 rabid technophiles to check out the latest and greatest in personal-computing technology. Ironically, PCs were the last thing on anybody's mind at PC Expo. Instead, PDAs, digital cameras, webpads, and other handheld gadgets were all the rage.

You might have thought the new, as yet unnamed Sony PDA was the sixth Backstreet Boy for all the attention lavished on it. Built to run Palm software, the new Sony (exhibited under glass--no touching, please) is thinner...

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