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Electronic phrasebook and dictionary specialist Franklin is expanding its Rex range of PC Card-sized PDAs with a new Pro model. The Rex Pro contains 512KB of memory, twice that of the standard Rex. In addition to the Rex's standard address book, calendar, to-do lists and memo utilities, Rex Pro ships with Starfish's TrueSync PIM and TrueSync Plus, which synchronises TrueSync data with the leading PC-based PIMs. Unlike previous Rex PDAs, which assume you'll simply download your data from your PC, Rex Pro allows information to be keyed directly into the device and edited. The Rex pro is set to ship later this month. ®

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