Sony clie and updating palm os
The NR70V is powered by Motorola's 66MHz Dragon Ball Super VZ processor, which is zippier than the 33MHz processors found in earlier high-end Palm OS devices.
Once you have your pics, you can view them in PG Pocket or doctor them in CLIE Paint.
There's also a Memory Stick slot for adding additional memory and accessories.
This CLIE's cradle is larger than that of most PDAs and includes a stylus holder on the side.
While the music player works as advertised, the Sonic Stage software that Sony provides for moving tunes to and from the CLIE is a disaster.
Fortunately, Memory Stick Import/Export, another bundled application, makes the NR70V appear as a hard drive on your PC's desktop.