The Palm III is a personal digital assistant that was made by the Palm Computing division of 3Com. It went on sale in 1998 as a replacement for the PalmPilot handheld. It was the first Palm handheld to support infrared file transfer and a Flash ROM-capable operating system. At release, the Palm III was priced at US$400.
... The next couple of Palms, the PalmPilot Personal and PalmPilot Professional, had backlit screens, but no infrared port or flash memory ... They used version 2 of the Palm OS ... Palm III, and all the following Palms, did not have the word "Pilot" in their name due to the previously mentioned trademark dispute ...
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