Sony CLIÉ PEG-TJ37

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PEG-TJ37
Sony clie peg tj37.jpeg
Manufacturer Sony
Type PDA
Retail availability February 2004
Media 128 MB Flash memory
Operating system Palm OS 5.2.1
Power Battery
CPU 200 MHz i.MXL ARM
Display 320x320 TFT screen capable of displaying 65,536 colors
Input 320x320 px, 65536 colors, Touchscreen
Camera .31 megapixel CMOS VGA
Touchpad Entire screen
Connectivity Wi-Fi

The Sony CLIÉ PEG-TJ37 is a personal digital assistant manufactured by Sony that was built to replace the TJ-35 and is a higher end version of the TJ-27 in the CLIÉ TJ series. While the TJ-27 had 320x320 color display, a built-in 640x480 camera, and Graffiti 2 input, the TJ-37 added built-in Wi-Fi and MP3 capabilities into the same package. Both are run on a 200 MHz processor.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sony Clie TJ37, Mobile Tech Review, Retrieved on April 24, 2008