The Toshiba e755 was the successor
to the popular high-end e740 Pocket PC. Practically
identical to the e740 in appearance, the e755 Pocket
PC (also sold as the e750) was one of the first
Pocket PCs to use the XScale PXA255 processor. The
PXA255 doubled the bus speed of the first-generation
PXA250 XScale processors by running at 200MHz. Also
added to the e755 was a transreflective screen,
which became the standard in screen quality for
PDAs. The e755 has onboard 802.11b WLAN as well.
The e755 was discontinued in 2004 when Toshiba withdrew from the handheld market. A modern equivalent
to the e755 is the HP iPAQ hx2795b Pocket PC.