Palm IIIc Reviews
Product Type: Palm Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID 3C80600UK / Palm IIIc - Palm OS 3.5 - MC68EZ328 20 MHz - RAM: 8 MB TFT - black / The future just got brighter. Meet the Palm IIIc connected organizer. It combines functionality, speed and a brilliant color display in a pocket sized, easy-to-use package. And it's every ... more
Palm IIIc ... bit as sleek, smart and connected as the other Palm III series organizers. Use as your daily companion to store and instantly access all your important information - calendar, e-mail, address book, to do lists, expense lists, memos, etc.
Run any number of applications from the thousands available. Synchronize daily with your PC to keep data safe and current using HotSync technology. Vivid active matrix TFT color display provides high contrast to make reading easier and graphics more pleasing. Includes applications such as: AvantGo's Web Channel Manager for off-line web browsing in color, Whitehorse Development's Gammon backgammon game, Infinity Softworks' powerOne enhanced color calculator, and Club Photo's AlbumToGo to view color pictures on your Palm IIIc connected organizer.
Newest Review: ... colour PDAs since. The operating system is incredibly easy to use when navigating through information and the search function ... more
Customer Palm IIIc Reviews (14)
by - written on 31/03/01, updated on 24/04/01 (Very useful, 809 readings)
I've had my Palm IIIc since Sep 2000, and it has turned my life around. You see, I'm the forgetful type. I'm always missing tutorials at college, forgetting to buy certain things, forgetting everything from TV programs to people I have to phone! So I decided to get myself a personal organiser, and being a bit of a gadget-head, it just HAD to be electronic. After looking around for a while, I decided to go with the colour option. To start with, these things are pretty expensive, for a student anyway! Here in Ireland, before last summer they were IR£400, so a friend of mine who was going back to Singapore for the summer offered to get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/01, updated on 05/01/01 (Very useful, 404 readings)
I’ve fancied a decent PDA for years. I though I’d quenched my desire for one last year, when I picked up an old Psion Series 3 for £25. I thought that would get the bug out of my system. No such lock. All it did was make me see the fun I could be having if I had a more capable machine. So, having a few DooYoo points to spend, I decided to look around for something new. In my price range, (somewhere around the £200 mark) I had three options – one of the Palm systems, Some kind of bottom of the range Windows CE device, or a Psion Revo. I really fancied a machine with a keyboard, which put the palm and Windows CE machine that I could afford out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/01, updated on 28/01/01 (Very useful, 598 readings)
I’ve owned just 3 handheld computers in my time, starting with a Newton Messagepad, and then a Newton 120. Unfortunately a combination of Apple discontinuing it, plus a huge repair bill following a cracked screen in an accident I was involved in, I decided to move on to a Philips Velo .Windows CE palmtop computer. It was OK, but the screen and battery life was very weak. I then moved on to the Palm III – which was bought cheaply at a Dixons sale. I enjoyed using it a lot, and found the entire product to be worthy of being called my favourite so far. However, the screen was poor in dark conditions, and a little difficult to read. Palm then launched ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/01, updated on 14/01/01
To be honest, I was a little skeptical when i first received both the Palm IIIc and Vx organizers. Why should a customer lash out between £200 and £225 when a appointment planner and an address book had done the job of organizing personal data just as well previously? After all, the latter can be bought in any stationers shop for about £15 and they only require a pen to be used. However, the small electronic partners soon convinced me as both devices offer a lot of useful additional services and can be upgraded with a whole bunch of software. Palm pilots are the absolute market leaders in this field. However, other manufacturers such as Casio or Handspring have realized . Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/02, updated on 17/04/02 (Very useful, 278 readings)
not more. But this fistful is a real helper to most of the daily challenges; maybe finding a parking-lot is not easier with that thing... What thing? I am talking about the Palm IIIc Handheld. It's darkgrey, it has a color-display, no stereo-sound, no cable-tuner, but 8 megs or memory, a touchdisplay and a serial sa well as an infrared interface. Oh, and it's produced no longer- interested in an investment, that might be qorth more later when those devices becom rare? Go ahead, mail me... A keyboard? Keyboards are for wimps- the tough guys use a touch screen that understands handwriting. This handwriting recognition is called "graffiti" ... Read the complete review
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