The next in the family of webOS-based smartphones, the Palm Pixi, is due to arrive at Sprint on November 15, for $99.99 (after rebates and with a two-year service agreement).
In addition to Sprint's stores and online at www.sprint.com, it can be purchased at Best Buy, and at select Shack and Wal-Mart stores.
There was a write-up at Information Week that pointed out how the Pixi, at .43-inches thick, was "sleeker and thinner" than the Palm Pre, iPhone 3GS, and even the BlackBerry Bold 9700. It was also noted how the Pixi is capable of multitasking, mobile e-mailing, and Web browsing, just like its sibling, the Palm Pre. Lastly, since it was pointed out that the Pixi will be somewhat enterprise-friendly for businesses with a Microsoft Exchange server because it comes with Microsoft ActiveSync.
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