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Sony's upcoming Palm-based PDA, due to be demo'd at PC Expo this week, has also made an appearance on the Web, over at French language site PDA France.

As per the sneak preview Sony granted to the Wall Street Journal, the unnamed PDA is kitted out in standard Vaio colours but in all other respects is recognisably a Palm-style machine. The Memory Stick slot is located at the top of the device, and its scroll wheel - or Jog Dial, as Sony calls it - is over on the top left-hand side of the device.

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Here are thumbnails of PDA France's pics - click on the images to view the full-size versions over at the French site. ®

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