The Tungsten T sported a new slider design and built-in Bluetooth. It was the first handheld to feature Palm OS 5. It also had a higher-resolution, 320x320 color display.
The Tungsten line was designed for the high-end handheld market and was aimed at businesses and the newly emerging mobile work force.
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