Palm 3x Reviews
Product Type: Palm Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Newest Review: ... the freeware on the net is generally preety good. One recommendation I'd make is to upgrade the DateBK to Pimlico ... more
More offers for Palm 3x
Customer Palm 3x Reviews (9)
by - written on 12/06/01, updated on 12/06/01 (Useful, 141 readings)
I love my 3x. Ihave had it for almost 2 years now and without it I do not think I would be getting my degree (if I pass). It has kept me brilliantly organised and the freeware on the net is generally preety good. One recommendation I'd make is to upgrade the DateBK to Pimlico softwares' DateBK 4C... if not to save the Gorillas in the rainforest than 'cos its gonna be one of the best investment's you'll make. The charm of the 3X is its ease of use... you don't have to be a computer whizz or know very much to begin using it... you have got to be able to write and read though. Its reasonably priced... and does the job... so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/01, updated on 10/03/01 (Useful, 151 readings)
I upgraded from a PalmPilot Profesional last year, to the Palm IIIx. The advantages have been huge. The first thing you notice is that the screen is very sharp, much sharper than that of the old Pilot series and the old Palm III. The reason I chose a Palm over any other PDA was the enormous amount of software available for it. Websites such as www.palmgear.com offer software from simple text editors to multimedia applications. The Palm IIIx supports 16 shades of gray, so can display photos and movie clips sharp and clearly. A big advantage over many other Palm products is that the Palm IIIx has Flash RAM. This Flash RAM can be used to store more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/00, updated on 06/10/00 (Very useful, 462 readings)
A couple of years ago, PDA's such as the palm III were only available to those with a lot of spare cash or who had more money than sense. However, in recent times, the image of the PDA belonging in the hands of the high paid businessman has vanished. The Palm III has become one of my most dependent utilities alongside the mobile phone, which helps me greatly to organise my life, as well as providing myself with a handy entertainment tool when im out. The Palm organiser comes complete with a handy set of built in applications, such as phone book, scheduler, note pad and task list, which are fantastic tools for organising your life. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/00, updated on 28/09/00 (Very useful, 247 readings)
Yes, it's very handy and it's a good gadget but really it is just a gadget. It doesn't organise your life, sorry but if your unorganised your unorganised and this is not going to organise you, you will still miss your bus, forget to water your neighbours plants etc. Ok it has some nice to have features, beeping to remind you of meetings x number of minutes in advance giving you time to get there, being able to download extra applications off of the internet, yes you can turn it into a mirror, an underground map and an alarm clock. It's also revived those old time favourite games, packman and battle ship (infra-red is particularly good) but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/00, updated on 12/09/00 (Very useful, 127 readings)
The IIIx is absolutely amazing, replacing most of my brain and then some. I got it about 2/3rd's of the way through my A-Levels and found it most useful for pretty much everything - homework, notes in lessons, reminders, games, e-books... I use the AvantGo software that is available for it to keep up to date with news and stuff and I'm about to double its memory so it can carry even more stuff. I also use it with my Nokia 8210 to read/write/store all my text messages, meaning that I don't have to use the stupid numeric keypad that comes on the phone. When I went on holiday I use the two to keep up with my email, resulting in a 'chugga' phone bill . Read the complete review
Products Similar to Palm 3x
Palm M105 - You will be organised!!, Lighter than notepads, Has more functions that I've had hot dinners NoneNoneNone
Palm Tungsten T3 - Fast, expandable memory, sliding screen, virtual Graffiti area, rotating screen. Crashes occasionally, no Wi Fi, old, small internal memory.
Palm VII - Web connectivity Size, looks a bit ugly!
Palm M100 - Price, style and ease of use the children borrow it!
|More products in Tablet PC / eBook Reader|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Symbol MC3000 - 64 MB - 64 MB - 520 MHz - IEEE 802.11b - IEEE 802.11g - Spectrum24 - None||Asus Mypal A636 - 64 MB - 128 MB - 416 MHz - Bluetooth - IEEE 802.11b - IrDA - GPS receiver||Apple iPad 3 Wi-Fi + 4G 64 GB|
sleek and elegant look, easy to use, lots of apps
heats up a little bit
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 P5210 16 GB WiFi||Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 T3100 16 GB WiFi||Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 16 GB WiFi|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 T2100 8 GB WiFi||Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7 8.0 GB WiFi|
great performance, micro sd card can be added, great camera
I cannot say I have found any
|Samsung Google Nexus 10 32 GB|
|Lenovo IdeaTab A3000|