[URL=http://www.digitimes.com/NewsShow/Article.asp?datePublish=2002/11/19&pages=08&seq=44]Sharp[/URL] introduced today at the Comdex show, the world's first PDA to come equipped with a 3.7-inch LCD screen capable of outputting VGA resolutions; the product which also comes with a QWERTY keyboardy, is expected to be sold in Japan for $500 by the end of the year...

The SL-C700, which uses a Linux OS, is equipped with an Intel XScale processor, 64MB flash memory, 32MB SDRAM and Secure Digital (SD) and CompactFlash (CF) card slots. Measuring 120×83×18.6mm and weighing 225 grams, the PDA can be folded with its screen facing both inside and outside.

And talking of PDAs, Dell has already [URL=http://news.com.com/2100-1040-966497.html?tag=lh]announced[/URL] ante pricecuts for their upcoming budget priced Pocket PCs, now down to $175 after rebates for the lower end model.