Palm Tungsten T Reviews
Product Type: Palm Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID P80850MLS / Palm Tungsten T - Palm OS 5.0 - OMAP1510 144 MHz - RAM: 16 MB - ROM: 4 MB ( 320 x 320 ) - IrDA, Bluetooth / Introducing the Palm Tungsten T handheld - made for the way a handheld is used. It's Palm's most compact device ever. But don't be fooled by the size. ... more
Palm Tungsten T ... Inside, the Texas Instruments OMAP1510 processor (an enhanced ARM-based processor) gives you the performance you need to organize your work and your life. Stay productive when you're on the go with access to your essential Word, Excel and PowerPoint-compatible files.
The Tungsten T handheld's new operating system, Palm OS 5, is optimized for a wide range of multimedia and wireless capabilities. Built-in Bluetooth technology allows you to access email and connect to the Internet with the use of a compatible mobile phone. On top of all this, the Tungsten T handheld has a color screen, a built-in voice recorder, a 5-way navigator button for one-hand operation, plus dual expansion for adding functionality so your Tungsten T handheld grows with you.
Newest Review: ... I wonn't go on about it here (see my iPhone review instead), but as PDAs go the iPhone tops the bunch! Anyway, if you don't ... more
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Customer Palm Tungsten T Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/07/03, updated on 29/07/03 (Very useful, 469 readings)
Years ago I bought myself a Palm IIIc (in fact, I've reviewed that before and gotten myself a crown for it too!) and believed that I was holding the most advanced piece of miniature technology worldwide right in the palm of my hand! At the time, I was right - the Palm IIIc was stupdenous. Apart from the 8 megabytes of RAM and all the other features, it had a COLOUR SCREEN! - the first of it's kind. Things would never be the same again, or so I thought. The years passed, and my IIIc began to look a little bigger than some of the newer PDAs coming on the market. Eventually, it began to even look a bit dusty, and although it never failed me, I began to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/09 (Useful, 19 readings)
Ok - first I should confess that I recently sold my Palm Tungsten T and got myself an iPhone. And to be perfectly honest I have not regretted the switch. I wonn't go on about it here (see my iPhone review instead), but as PDAs go the iPhone tops the bunch! Anyway, if you don't want a device with telephonic abilities then this is not a bad option. The screen is very bright, and colours are rich. The case is brushed metal (either aluminium or steel) and the design is compact. The Top half slides up to reveal a stylus writing box. The stylus itself is a clever telescopic number which slots neatly into a magnetic hole in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/04, updated on 05/02/04 (Somewhat useful, 214 readings)
The Palmer tungsten T. is a fantastic little handheld computer. A few years ago I owned a compact IPAQ, but I found it slow, expensive and not very reliable. Recently, I began looking for a new handheld computer, and found the palm. It is very small light sleek and well built. The main thing I like about this product, is its size. Most of the other handheld computers that I've looked at in the shops are far too big, and I couldn't see myself carrying it around. However, with the palm it is much different. Palms have always been not as fast and not as powerful as the pocket PC equivalents. However, with the tungsten Palm have now brought ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/03, updated on 23/06/03
Palm?s Tungsten is the latest technology and it combines good looks with lots of features. Palm is really showing off about its new slider which opens and closes to show the graffiti area. Palms are now so much more than personal organisers and they have progressed a lot in the last 2-3 years. The software bundle that comes with it is good and the tungsten can support mp3 playback. The screen is very clear and colourful and it even incorporates bluetooth. Altogether a decent package. ... Read the complete review
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