NEWTON MESSAGE PAD 2000
"Announced in March 1997, the Newton Message Pad 2000 was an impressive upgrade to the Newton platform. Based on a 162 MHz StrongARM 110 processor, the NMP 2000 was almost 10 times faster than its predecessor, and had twice as much RAM (5 MB). It included a slightly larger screen, with twice as many pixels as the NMP 130, which was capable of 16-level grayscale. The NMP 2000 also featured a new InterConnect port for many different types of OS connections, included support for 2 PCMCIA cards, sold for $799 and was discontinued in February 1998." (picture credits: EveryMac.com)
This byte of Apple's history from Wired's, "30 Years of Apple Products."