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A highly capable PDA that triumphs above many newer windows versions. For many years Palm has produced some capable PDAs including the Tungsten series. This one was the best after the T and T2 of earlier years. Packed with the usual Palm functionality, it only misses out on the whole word recognition software. The sliding screen with virtual Graffiti area is great. So to is the rotating screen (portrait and landscape) function.
This is the sort of product with WiFi, better internet connectivity, and windows type hand writing recognition could take on the likes of Blackberry and iPhone. The market is packed with keyboard devices and new touch screen gadgets. But executives will find the Palm a trouble free way of keeping up with work out of the office.
The palm offers functional computing at a fraction of the price of a laptop or the OQO for that matter. The Palm may occasionally crash but is easily reset, with that being the major problem it is an excellent tool for the travelling exec. For the money this is better than mobile office or similar products for mobiles. A real must buy if you can find one.
The Tungsten T3 handheld comes packed with power and boasts Palm's new breakthrough Stretch Display.
Slide open to reveal the 320x480 display with 50% more viewing area (than other Palm handhelds) and twice the resolution of Pocket PC 2003 handhelds. Keep it compact for easy, one-handed access to information. It instantly rotates from portrait to landscape, and a new status bar provides one-tap access to battery and memory levels, Bluetooth status and more from a single location.
With an ultra-fast 400MHz Intel XScale processor and 64MB of internal memory, it handles Word, Excel and PowerPoint-compatible files, wireless applications and multimedia tasks with lightning speed and room to spare. Its new and improved organization stores more of your important information and provides better synchronization with Outlook. The ultra-capable Tungsten T3 handheld also features MP3 and video playback software, built-in Bluetooth, voice-recording, the latest Palm OS and more.