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1990

  • PTC-500
    PTC-500

    First of the “Palm Top” range of compact computers enabling handwritten input. This model incorporated personal information management software.

  • DD-1
    DD-1

    First model “Data Discman” electronic book player.

2000

  • PEG-S500C
    PEG-S500C

    Debut model of Sony's first Palm machine "CLIE." This device enjoyed overwhelming popularity right from its launch. Digital camera data stored on a memory stick could be vividly reproduced on its 256-color liquid crystal display.

2002

  • PEG-NR70V
    PEG-NR70V

    Entertainment version of the CLIE, incorporating a 100,000-pixel digital CMOS camera within its main, foldable body. It featured a F2.8, f=35mm approx. (35mm conversion) lens, and a shooting range of 30cm to infinity. The 300 degree rotating camera enabled the user to easily take shots of themselves, while the 3.8-inch 320 x 480 dot high-resolution liquid crystal screen displayed high quality still and video images.

2003

  • PEG-NZ90
    PEG-NZ90

    High-end model, featuring a 2,000,000-pixel CCD camera and FeliCa (contactless IC card) reader.

  • PEG-UX50
    PEG-UX50

    This model incorporated a wide screen, color liquid crystal display within a compact frame roughly the same size as a business-card holder. It could easily be connected to a network using its wireless LAN and Bluetooth (R) functions. (Also featured a 310,000-pixel approx. CMOS camera capable of 300 degree rotation.)

2004

  • PEG-VZ90
    PEG-VZ90

    Featuring an organic EL display, this model was capable of delivering high quality video and still images.

2007

  • NV-U1
    NV-U1

    A portable navigation system termed "nav-u" with a suction cup on its base for easy attachment to car dashboards.

2010

  • PRS-350, PRS-650
    PRS-350
    PRS-650

    Sony Reader, with its slim, lightweight body made it easy and fun to read e-books.
    “Reader Pocket Edition” “Reader Touch Edition”

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