The Toshiba e310 was a personal digital assistant manufactured by Toshiba and first released in 2002. It ran Windows Pocket PC 2000 and featured a color 240x320 pixel touch-screen LCD, a 206MHz CPU, and 32MB of RAM. It was also equipped with a Secure Digital card slot, allowing for the expansion of internal memory and a Lithium-ion battery. A software upgrade was issued by Toshiba in 2003.
It was particularly small, thin and light at 13x8x1cm and 134g.
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