Pocket PC users might soon find themselves jealously looking

askance at a new generation of devices that feature much

higher-resolution displays. By using the latest Windows Mobile 2003

software, hardware makers can now support native resolutions up to 640

x 480 (VGA), a dramatic increase over today's 320 x 240 resolutions.

But the improvements don't stop there: Windows Mobile 2003 also

supports landscape mode, offering Pocket PC users a more PC-like

viewing experience. Toshiba will ship the first device to support the

new high-resolution mode later this year.