Palm prices slashed

Casio has slashed the price of its palm-sized PC, the Cassiopeia, undercutting its competitors by at least $100. Launched last October, the company claims that substantial product sales have lead to the price drop.

The Cassiopeia E-11 is now priced at $599 reduced from $749. Currently its two main competitors, 3COM and Philips have their equivalent products priced at $699 and $799 respectively.

Casio is believed to be launching further models in the product line in the coming months, although the company's Australian distributor Shriro was unable to confirm this.

Shriro

(02) 9370 9100

http://www.casiohpc.com

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