Quickies: April Fools, MemStick Pro, Free Zire & More
Hope everyone got a good laugh out of our two April Fools stories. For the record Palm OS 6 has not been canceled. Also in this news update is a new vector based drawing application, find out how to get a free Zire with a new set of tires and a new turn based Medieval strategy game.
wirejunkie has released of version 1.1 of Leonardo, a vector based drawing application. The new version features an improved interface and high resolution support. Leonardo's Workshop, the desktop conduit, allows you to view, edit and print your images from your desktop. Additionally you can now export images to DXF format for use in all your favourite desktop imaging or CAD applications. The program can be downloaded here, it sells for $24.95 USD.
Memory Stick Pro
Several readers have let us know that Sony's Memory Stick Pro cards are now on sale at SonyStyle.com. Introduced earlier this year in 256MB, 512MB and 1GB capacities, the cards are available for about $150, $320 and $640, respectively.
Free Zire with Tires
A new promotion from Michelin gets you a free Palm Zire, with the purchase of four new Michelin tires. The offer is only valid through participating dealers in the U.S. from March 30 through May 10, 2003.
Arcona Magi has just released Medieval Heroes for the Palm OS. This is a turn-based strategy game (with RTS elements) based on the Middle Ages. As one of the medieval lords, you will engage in combat with surrounding provinces in an attempt to unite Medieval Europe under your leadership. The gameplay allows one to design and govern your army, engage in battles, spy on your enemies, and conquer their domains. More info here, the full version costs $14.
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