Sony CLIÉ PEG-UX40

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The Sony CLIÉ PEG-UX40 is a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) manufactured by Sony. It runs the Palm OS, with a Sony-designed UI and was in the form of a mini-laptop. It was released with the Sony CLIÉ PEG-UX50, which included Wi-Fi, and cost significantly more. The UX40 was, for a time, sold at Costco, while the UX50 was not.

Specifications[edit]

  • Processor: Sony CXD2230GA
  • Operating System: Palm OS software version v.5.2
  • Memory: Total 104 MB (16 MB available for storage of files and programs. Additional 16 MB available for system back up. Additional 29 MB available for media storage)
  • Display: TFT color display with backlight, 480 x 320 dots; 65,536 colors
  • Interface: USB (for HotSync operation), Infrared (IrDA 1.2), Memory Stick slot, Bluetooth
  • Dimensions and Weight: Approx. 4 1/8 x 3 ½ x 23/32 (projecting parts not included), Approx. 6.2 oz. (including stylus)
  • Power: Output: DC 5.2VInput: AC 100V – 240V
  • Battery: Lithium-ion polymer rechargeable battery (internal - non user removable)
  • Expansion: Memory Stick media (recognizes Magic Gate & Memory Stick Pro cards)
  • Connectivity: An version of bluetooth that is incapable of connecting. Also, infrared light.

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