Game Boy gets some competition from Sony and Tapwave.
By Steve Morgenstern
Posted 07.29.2003 at 4:48 pm 0 Comments
Building on the immense success of the Palm OS for PDAs, start-up Tapwave has developed an impressive PDA/game-playing hybrid that it showed at E3. The device can run the thousands of Palm-based productivity and entertainment titles on its high-res 480- by 320-pixel color screen, and it's powered by a Motorola processor and ATI Imageon graphics chip. What makes this PDA so
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