Excerpt: PalmOne's LifeDrive is aimed at the top end of the PDA market, and its design reflects this. It looks very expensive, with a brushed metal front and back and large solid metal short cut buttons under the screen. The LifeDrive is part of palmOne's Mobile Manager range, and is the first PDA to use a Hitachi Microdrive for storage rather than flash memory; it has 4GB of storage. This is a media player as well as a device for storing contact and calendar information.
Excerpt: We've often complained about PalmOne's apparent reluctance to produce a PDA that features both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but at last it has done it with the PalmOne LifeDrive. And it's even better than we'd hoped. So why did we want Bluetooth and Wi-Fi? Simple: you can use your wireless network at home or at the office, but also connect to a compatible mobile phone using Bluetooth when you're out and about.