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The Palm tungsten E2 is aimed at budget-minded individuals who want a devise that provides a solution to their organisational needs. There is no doubt that this devise looks very attractive and it really is!
The screen is of a high quality and allows you to see documents and photo's in their full glory. I found that the lack of wifi however really off putting because connecting to the internet was a real hassle. The bluetooth feature that has been added however was very useful. It allowed me to send word documents to my colleges phone's and photo's to other devises. I also wish it had a camera, but this is not a major issue.
I found the device itself very easy-to-use and the screen was always very responsive. It even has a built in stylus holder down the right hand side which is a really nice feature.It is possible to buy a GPS adapter which wil turn this device into a GPS system! I did find the battery life to be very good and the fact that it is a rechargable lithium battery helps to save you money.
Overall I found this device a pleasure to use, however I do wish that it offered more features than it did and the lack of wifi for me proved to be a major issue. But nevertheless I'm sure that it will appeal to many and there is no doubt that it represents good value for money! Thank you for reading and I hope it was useful.
I can't comment about it too much because it's the wifes - but one issue she had was the screen needed recalibration to the stylus...which proved unsucessful. The PDA wasn't picking up the right coordinate of where the stylus was and therefore, given the small screen, it would take you into a different application which had it's icon just below where you clicked/tapped. Replaced this weekend by Argos - let's see if this proves ok. I've also heard about an issue with the PDA returning fullstop when in text mode when you press the backspace. She has had this also but this seems intermitent.