Toshiba e310

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Toshiba e310
Toshiba e310 Pocket PC.jpg
Toshiba e310 standing in its dock
Manufacturer Toshiba
Type personal digital assistant
Release date April 2002; 15 years ago (2002-04)[1]
Introductory price US$899 (equivalent to $1,197 in 2016)
Discontinued October 2002 (2002-10)
Operating system Windows Pocket PC 2000
CPU Intel Strong Arm SA-1110 CPU @ 206MHz
Memory 32MB built-in RAM, 32MB Flash ROM
Removable storage Secure Digital card slot
Display 3.5" Reflective TFT Color touch-screen LCD (65,536 colors)
Graphics 240x320 pixel
Connectivity IrDA; USB 1.1 cradle
Power Lithium-ion battery
Dimensions 12.45 x 7.87 x 1.19cm
Weight 142g (5oz)
Related articles Toshiba e570

The Toshiba e310 was a personal digital assistant manufactured by Toshiba and first released in 2002.[2][3] 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 12.45 x 7.87 x 1.19cm and 142g.


  1. ^ Toshiba debuts Microsoft-based Pocket PC e310, By Laura Rohde, 2002-04-17 Computerworld
  2. ^ TOSHIBA E310, 2002-07-12, PC & Tech Authority
  3. ^ Toshiba e310 Pocket PC, by Lisa Gade, Mobile Tech Review

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