We know almost everything that there is to know about Palm’s Pixi – the only open question is the one about the OS version used. Fortunately, devices like the Pixi send their OS version when accessing web sites – and sometimes, they just end up in a web log application.

According to PreCentral, the fine folks at DSLReports caught a Pixi in their web logger:

…The internet. DSL Reports logs what devices access their system for speed and other tests, and sharp-eyed reader taharka spotted something interesting: a device called the Pixi, running webOS 1.2.9 …

Palm could of course update the OS version any time – caveat emptor…

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