Fossil Wristwatch & Garmin iQue 3600 Delayed
The shipping dates for two of this summers most anticipated Palm Powered models have slipped behind. Both the GPS enabled Garmin iQue 3600 and the Fossil Palm OS wristwatch will ship a few weeks later than previously expected.
Garmin iQue 3600
Amazon.com, which has been accepting pre-orders of the iQue 3600 since mid April, now reports a shipping date of July 15th. It is listed for $549.99 and ships free.
The iQue 3600 uses Palm OS 5 and is powered by Motorola's 200 MHz DragonBall MXL microprocessor, it boasts internal memory of 32 megabytes, SD memory expansion slot, and a 320x480-pixel transflective TFT display with more than 60,000 color combinations. Additionally, the product integrates Garmin's new Que Technology the company's premier application that delivers GPS-based location awareness to PDA users. The handheld measures 5.0" x 2.8" x 0.8" (72 x 128 x 20.3 mm) and weighs 5.2 oz.
Fossil Palm OS Wristwatch
Amazon has also reported a shipping delay on the Fossil Wrist PDA line. Depending on the model style and version, the online retailer is reporting they will begin shipping on July 21st and July 31st. The Fossil line comes with a choice of either Metal, sport of a leather wristband, with prices of $295 for the metal and leather and $275 for the sport. The Abacus version goes for $199 with a metal band and $179 for the sport version.
Fossil's WRIST PDA is fully compatible with the Palm OS platform and will run most Palm OS applications. It features an illuminated 1.4-inch, 160 x 160 pixel touch screen with a stylus integrated into the watch band for Graffiti input. It runs Palm OS 4.1 on a 33 MHz Motorola Dragonball VZ processor, 2MB internal memory, Rocker switch user interface, infrared port, rechargeable battery, and the classic Palm OS applications.
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