“… Now if you look over here, you’ll find one of the latest additions to the Relic Room collection. Yes, it’s a Personal Digital Assistant. It’s no Velma Staplebot –ahem– but a proficient Graffiti writer could really fly while take notes on this baby.”
The Sony CLIÉ PEG-N760C ran on a whopping 8 Megabytes of built in memory. That’s barely enough to hold two downloadable songs these days. Its claim to fame was that it was one of the first Palm OS PDAs made for entertainment, since it could play MP3 files and came with fancy earphones with wired remote music controls. The ‘PEG’ acronym stood for ‘Personal Entertainment Organizer’.