Palm Vx Reviews
Product Type: Palm Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID 3C80401UK / Palm Vx - Palm OS 3.5 - MC68EZ328 20 MHz - RAM: 8 MB ( 160 x 160 ) / If you're looking for the sleekest device on the market, look no further than the Palm Vx organizer. Weighing in at just 114g, it has the same anodized aluminum exterior and LCD scree ... more
Palm Vx ... screen as the Palm V organizer. Yet it has four times the memory of its predecessor, giving you more speed and more storage. 8MB of memory stores up to 10, 000 addresses, 5 years of appointments, 3, 000 to-do items, 3, 000 memos, 400 e-mail messages, plus, there's plenty of room for extra add-on applications, books, language translators, image viewers, dictionaries, games, advanced calculators, and more.
With the Palm V Modem, you can access your desktop PC remotely in just minutes using a standard phone line or GSM cellular connection. Now you can check e-mail, access information from the office, or schedule a group meeting.
Newest Review: ... and charges while it is sitting in it?s docking station. From there you can synchronise it with your PC (e-mail, calendar, ... more
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Customer Palm Vx Reviews (16)
by - written on 16/12/00, updated on 16/12/00 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I am lucky enough to own both a Palm Vx, and a HP Jornada Pocket PC. If you like gimmicy gadgets, then the Pocket PC will be your thing, otherwise, stick with the Vx! With a whopping 8Mb of RAM, you aint' gonna run out of room on this baby for a long time (unless you fill it with games!) The Vx is an organiser, and this is what it does best. Once you have mastered the "strange" handwriting recognition system, you're away sorting your life out on the move before you know it. Out of the box, it comes with all of the features you'd ever need in an organiser, but also has the ability to be expanded no end. Connectivity to the PC is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/00, updated on 09/05/01 (Very useful, 1274 readings)
I am a palm fan. This is my fourth now and it keeps going from strength to strength. There are some obvious shortfalls when comparing it to other platforms but what it does it does very well and what it does not yet do it will do soon. The basics: Out of the box it comes with everything you need to ditch your filofax and totally organise your life. It comes with Diary, Address Book, Todo List, Notepad, Expense and Mail applications. These are all invaluable. They are very well written applications and designed to work well on this platform. In addition there is the Avant Go Application which will allow users to download up to 2mb of web page ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/01, updated on 18/05/01 (Very useful, 467 readings)
The second in a series of "bonsai ops": (hopefully) detailed ops in a whopping concise 250 words. Enjoy (and comment if you will). ***** Concept: A pocket electronic diary with much more -the Palm VX holds dates, appointments, contacts, accounts, email, to-do lists, games... the list is endless. Instead of a keyboard, writing is via the ultra-intuitive "graffiti" handwriting-recognition: write with a stylus, text appears on screen. Advantages: Hold all information you could possibly want in one gizmo. Before getting it, I eyed it skeptically, smelling "gimmick" all over the advertising. But ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/00, updated on 15/12/00 (Very useful, 1544 readings)
Palm and other PDAs are great for mainly one thing. Organising. Most people get stuck at this stage, and end up using the excellent Palm Vx for addresses, telephone numbers and diary dates. For this the Palm Vx is superb, but I would question the need for a fairly expensive Vx to fulfill these roles. Vindigo and Avantgo software completely changes the Palm Vx and allows it to provide a fast database of web-pages, shops, bars and more. It properly uses the processing power of the Palm and expands its functionality hugely. Buy it, and download some software straight away! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/00, updated on 10/08/00 (Very useful, 498 readings)
Having used the Psion series of PDA for about 5 years, I was hesitant to move onto a different platform. Even during the first week of use I was unsure if it was a wise buy. Now though, after around a months use, I can safety say it was a great buy. What Palm fail to promote adequately is that there is a *huge* back catalogue of software available for easy and cheap download from the Internet. Initially, it looks like the Palm rates poorly when stacked up against the included software on the Psion, however Spreadsheets and such like are only a download away. They may be at an extra cost over and above the base unit, but the standard is superb. All of ... Read the complete review
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