Sony Cuts Price of T615C by $100
Sony had dropped the price of the PEG-T615 to $300 on its webstore, SonyStyle. Previously, the device was selling for $400. This price is available now.
Sony has already officially discontinued the Japanese version of this model. This price drop is probably intended to reduce the company's inventory as part of preparing to discontinue it in the U.S., too. Earlier this week, Sony announced the T650C in Japan, which will almost certainly be the replacement. It has not yet been announced anywhere else.
Update: Sony has also reduced the price of the PEG-S360 by $20 to $180.
About the T615C
The T615C has a 320 by 320 pixel, TFT, 16-bit color display and 16 MB of RAM. It has a high-quality speaker, at least when compared to the average Palm OS device. With it, users can convert MIDI or WAV files on their desktop and then play them on the handheld. It also comes with an application that allows it to work as a Universal Remote.
About the S360
The S360 has a monochrome screen and 16 MB of RAM. It runs Palm OS 4.0 on a 33 MHz processor. It was announced at the same time the T615C was, in mid-January.
Thanks to Walter and Ofer Avnery for the tips. -Ed
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