Psion Series 3c Reviews
Product Type: Psion Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID 16000173 / Psion Series 3c - EPOC - V30 7.7 MHz - RAM: 2 MB - ROM: 2 MB / Away from the office but still hard at work? You need the essential tools you have on your desktop: word processing, spreadsheets and communication facilities, as well as your personal databases ... more
Psion Series 3c ... and calendars. You need the ability to synchronize files and documents with your desktop computer upon your return.
The Psion is the out-of-the-box mobile computing solution for busy execs and professionals like you. Delivering remarkable speed, connectivity and functionality, the Psion is a leader in palm computing. From top to bottom, inside and out, the Psion is your powerhouse to working freely on the go.
Newest Review: ... in the spelling stakes. You can write many lengthy documents comfortably. The Psion has 1Mb of memory which can cope with a ... more
Customer Psion Series 3c Reviews (11)
by - written on 12/01/04, updated on 12/01/04 (Very useful, 172 readings)
So, here's a trip down memory lane. I saw this product listed and thought I would share a slightly historical perspective on this no longer available early player in the PDA market. I have a hand in bringing technology into schools and have to walk a fine line. On the one hand we don't want to buy untested cutting edge technology only to find we struggle to put it to good use in educating our young folk. On the other hand, new technology tends to be exciting and motivating in itself and conversely buying redundant clunky technology has a demotivating effect and is generally rejected. So, onto a review of technology that has been in school and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/05 (Very useful, 215 readings)
Sadly My Psion is on it's last legs, the hinges where the screen flips up are broken............it still works great just needs a new body, a bit like myself. My wife bought me my Psion Series 3 years ago, and I have used it continuously since then. The basic unit is 16.5cm * 2.2cm *8.5cm, which is a bit bigger than the PDA's going around just now. At it's heart is an NEC V30 7.7Mhz processor. I know what your thinking 7.7Mhz very slow. Well by today's standards it probably is but you wouldn't think it while using this little baby. It can be run using a power supply or by 2 AA batteries which last a decent amount of time. Many games and Programs are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/00, updated on 04/07/00 (Useful, 654 readings)
Some useful sights for the Psion3c There are a number of useful sight to be found on the internet for the Psion 3c. http://3lib.ukonline.co.uk The site above provides a number of links to other sights which offer the "surfer" the opportunity to download a variety of freeware, shareware and software for sale. There are also various document resources available. http://www.pocketinfo.org/ The above site is an example of one of the links available from the first sight mentioned. It seems not to have been updated much since 1998 but there are a fair number of freeware downloads available there. These downloads are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/00, updated on 08/07/00 (Useful, 169 readings)
I bought a Psion Series 3c about 2 years ago for about £200, and was amazed at all of the functions available. It's not like any normal hand held organiser, it is so much more, with the ability to to hundereds of tasks. It contains all of the major and necessary functions of an ordinary computer. The only major drawbacks are, it does not have a colour screen and it is lacking decent games, to buy or download. Apart from this, I would recommend it to a friend. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/00, updated on 12/07/00 (Useful, 276 readings)
I have had two of these now and both have gone the same way. One day you just pick them up, turn them on, and with a long beep they die! Just go completely blank and refuse to even turn on. Yes, whilst they are 'alive' they are an excellent machine, easy to use with lots of features but I am now very wary of them having had two go the same way. On both occasions I phoned Psion's technical support line, which costs £1 per minute, only to be told that I would have to send it back to them for repairs. They won't even look a it unless you send them £20 with the Psion and there is a minimum charge for repair which is £65, which they claim covers 'most' Read the complete review
Technical Details for Psion Series 3c
Technical specs for this product will be available shortly.