InfoWorld: Palm pops cork on new devices

My spin Wireless, WiFi access and a six hour battery (with full WiFi and constant usage turned on) life is an important step.
News Clip: If anyone doubted that Palm could compete on an equal footing with the feature-laden Pocket PCs, the introduction of the Palm Tungsten C and Zire 71 should put those doubts to rest.
With almost a year under its belt of living with Palm Computing’s Palm OS 5, the Palm Solutions Group is introducing the first Palm handheld with 64MB of memory, built-in IEEE 802.11b, a keyboard, and a claimed six-hour battery life under full and constant usage with Wi-Fi and the display activated. (full story)