Palm M100 Reviews
Product Type: Palm Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID 3C80700DE / Palm m100 - Palm OS 3.5 - MC68EZ328 16 MHz - RAM: 2 MB - ROM: 2 MB / If the word "busy" doesn't begin to describe your ... more
Palm M100 ... life, the Palm m100 handheld can help you simplify things. This affordable handheld keeps track of all of life's little details and gives you the flexibility to add business productivity tools, games and Internet access. Intuitive is the perfect word to describe how easy the m100 is to use. You instinctively know how to get it up and running right out of the box.
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Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Customer Palm M100 Reviews (20)
by - written on 28/08/01, updated on 28/08/01 (Very useful, 284 readings)
This is my fist palm pilot. I decided to buy my palm m100 after seeing my friend's palm m500. But There was no need to buy that expensive one. I checked the models. And the m100 was the most suitable one for me. Palm m100 is a very useful device. It has Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Infrared whic used to meam data, Note Pad, Color Face Plates, Clock At-A-Glance, AvantGo's Web Channel Manager, Link to Microsoft Outlook included, Storage Capacity, 2 MB of Memory. Best thing about it, you can import and export your data. For example, you can transfer all your data into your address book in your email account. You can transfer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/01, updated on 21/06/01 (Very useful, 227 readings)
...but thats not meaning that this handheld is not good. I invested in a Palm M100 after I lost my Psion 3mx and decided to check out Palm OS as an alernative. There are many offerings on the PDA market with some very different prices. I stopped to think what I wanted out of a PDA. A calender to keep my appointments in, a database to record my contact details in, a to do list... I soon realised that the expensive top end PDA's had many features I would not need or use so after talking to a friend (who owned an M100) I plumped for the M100. First thing that strikes you when you get it out of the box is it does look a bit cheap, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/00, updated on 09/10/00 (Very useful, 735 readings)
DITCH & SWITCH? Do you really need a PDA when you already have a PAD? The recent introduction on the Palm m100 will have a lot of people wondering if now is the time to ditch the old diary and switch to a handheld. For anyone who already uses MS Outlook for his or her diary, to do list and address book the answer is a definite “Yes”. SLIPS IN YOUR POCKET The Palm m100 is an all new handheld that easily slips into a shirt pocket and boasts the power and the memory of far more expensive machines. There are two software packages on the CD ROM supplied, the first synchronises your m100 with MS Outlook, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/00, updated on 18/11/00 (Very useful, 442 readings)
Palm has now released the first in its new wave of handhelds. In a unique package with an RRP of £129 (though I paid £78 for mine)it combines a number of features that were not standard equipment on their other models. Palm has done so in a smaller and more customisable package. The m100 weighs in at under 100g and is about 11.5cm by around 7.5cm. Trace those approximate dimensions out on a piece of paper and you?ll see how much smaller Palm has made this. I found this much more compatable with my shirt pocket than any of my other old palmtops. Similar to the interchangeable faceplates on my Nokia phone you can purchase one of 5 colour faceplates to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/01, updated on 18/01/01 (Very useful, 379 readings)
Having never had a PDA I was immediately drawn to the budget Paalm m100. It seemed to offer a lot for the money so I thought it might be owrth a go. I then came across the Handspring Visor Deluxe and I wasn't so sure the Palm was such a good idea. My main problem with the Palm was the serial cable, as I have no serial port on my PC which would mean I would have to fork out an extra 30 pounds just for a USB adaptor. This meant that the Handspring looked more like a bargain, coming with USB and of course 4 times the memory. Anyway to cut a long story short I ended up with the Palm, and I couldn't be more happy with it! I have always thought of Palms as ... Read the complete review
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