Palm IIIe Reviews
Product Type: Palm Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID 3C80303FR / Palm IIIe - Palm OS 3.1 - MC68EZ328 16 MHz - RAM: 2 MB - clear / Step outside your home or office and that's when life really gets interesting. Slip a Palm IIIe organizer into your pocket or purse and it's easy to stay on top of it all. Small, smart, ... more
Palm IIIe ... easy-to-use and totally connected, the Palm IIIe organizer has everything you need at a very affordable price. Tap once to see your day's agenda - the high-contrast backlit screen makes it easy, even in low light. Tap again to find names, numbers and addresses. Tap once more to create to do lists, sort tasks and check off what you've accomplished. Want to do e-mail while you're on the road? Just download it from your PC, read and write responses wherever you are, then upload it to your PC back at the office to send. It's easy.
You'll never have to worry about losing your information. HotSync technology automatically exchanges and updates the information on your organizer and your PC at the touch of a button. Plus, you can easily customize your organizer by choosing from thousands of add-on applications. So say goodbye to your bulky paper planner. The Palm IIIe organizer is simply a better way to organize.
Newest Review: ... pull a pen out and flick through some pages to scribble in some notes. The address book is useless as most phones support ... more
Customer Palm IIIe Reviews (18)
by - written on 02/04/03, updated on 02/04/03 (Useful, 372 readings)
2000, I decided upon the palm pilot. The polished see through look of the limited edition IIIe allured me. It was fully integrateable into the PC desktop, and could store 2mb of data - enough at the time. The main features are a TODO list, memo, diary address book. standard. The main reason to buy it was to have an accessible diary. But now ive realised its so much easier to pull a pen out and flick through some pages to scribble in some notes. The address book is useless as most phones support this nowadays anyway. I remember an advert about pointing the damn thing to a nice looking victims palm pilot and swapping numbers via IR at a train ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/01, updated on 24/09/01 (Very useful, 237 readings)
How many different types of PDA's are there out there - yes lots! Well what do you want to buy one for - as a trendy diary, show-off item,mp3 player,pocket calculator.....the list goes on and on and on. Oh, and how much money do you have spare? I basically wanted an electronic diary - something that I didn't have to replace - that I could plan into next year without having to wait for the next years to be printed, something that was quick to use. This Palm is all that - and more. Basic functions are obviously diary, address book, memo pad and to-do list. To be honest these are the main things I use - and they work well. As you may or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/01, updated on 21/08/01 (Useful, 132 readings)
I needed an organiser that allowed me store my addresses,a to do list that was easy to use and value for money. The palm is a pen based system and once you have mastered the graffiti style of writing you are able to navigate the system easily. The sole problem with pen based systems and particulary with the graffiti style is mastering certain letters or just remembering them. Features IR port: cool for beaming my Nokia phone number list to my palm which is then backed up to my PC, and if I change phone I can rebeam the list to the new phone. cool with software that allows me to control TV's, and videos etc. WAP browsing via IR ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/01, updated on 07/06/01 (Useful, 285 readings)
The palm IIIe is the answer to all pda problems. This machine is amazing, sure it only has 2MB of memory but average Palm programs only take up about 20KB and you arent going to write a novel and save it on your PDA! This palm is built to last, its durable, the screen is an unimaginable improvement to the previous Palm pda since it has a cover and doesnt scratch as easily and the battery consumption is brilliant. it also comes with infrared so that you can "beam" programs to other people, also if you can find the right program you can use it as a remote comtrol for any household appliance. It comes with Palm OS 3 which is faster, more battery efficiant and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/01, updated on 24/05/01
Once again, Apple has set the trend - this time with its see-through plastic computers - and suddenly everyone wants to do the same. If you've got an iMac, a G3 Pro or even a shiny new G4 then this is the PDA that'll look best on your desktop. Pity its HotSync cradle is still black, though. It's designed to look good with the new Macs but it works uncommonly well with PCs, too (actually, the Mac Pack connection kit is a £15 option). The supplied Personal Information Manager (PIM) software is good, but if you're using a PC, you can carry on with Outlook and get the Palm IIIe to sync with that. Mac users may as well swap over to the supplied Palm ... Read the complete review
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