Pentax’s successor to the E10 has just been revealed, slightly ahead of Photokina. The Optio E20 has a 6.0 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, 2.4-inch LCD and 13MB of internal memory. It’s powered by two AA batteries, which in our opinion is better than the proprietary batteries usually found in other cameras. This way you can carry a stash of cheap AA batteries to flip in and out, instead of having to buy lots of 3rd party batteries from the manufacturer.
In any case, this also has QVGA video support, PictBridge support, EXIF printing, and is PRINT Image Matching III compatible.
Pentax Optio E20 [Dpreview]