Toshiba Pocket PC E570 Reviews
Product Type: Toshiba Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Model ID PA3141E-1P02 / Toshiba Pocket PC e570 - Pocket PC 206 MHz - RAM: 64 MB - ROM: 32 MB 3.5" TFT - IrDA - silver / The Toshiba Pocket PC e570 combines high performance with a superb user interface, giving you maximum power and convenience in the palm of your hand. Thanks to a ... more
Toshiba Pocket PC E570 ... super-bright front-light reflective TFT LCD and a large resolution, the e570 can be used both indoors and outdoors. The display is highly suited for all applications including playback of video media!
The Toshiba e570 uses a fast Intel StrongARM Processor, the fastest available for Pocket PC applications. The CPU and the provision of plenty of DRAM assure high-speed processing of software optimized for the Pocket PC OS. Perhaps best of all, the e570 utilizes a dual expansion slot design that is unique to Toshiba. The e570 incorporates both a Compact Flash Type II (CF-II) slot and a Secure Digital (SD) Media slot in the same compact package. Now you can add more memory to your e570 and use a communications card at the same time. Or, you could use the SD slot to store your favorite MP3 tunes while your CF-II slot could hold a GPS receiver so you can find your way around town. The possibilities are endless with the e570!
Newest Review: ... of the PC there is a charger port and a port for the cradle. Features on the Toshiba e570 Pocket PC... Window's Media ... more
Customer Toshiba Pocket PC E570 Reviews (5)
by - written on 24/03/09, updated on 24/03/09 (Useful, 105 readings)
Toshiba e570 Pocket PC I got a pocket pc in the year 2002 ago and never used it. But then the other day I found it in my filing cabinet and started to use it! And so far I think it is so useful! It has everything I want in it! It has Window's Media Player built in so I can listen to music while writing a review at night! What the Toshiba e570 looks like... On the front of the PC from top to bottom there is a On/Off button, two logo's Toshiba and Pocket PC. The e is a touch screen which is pretty big! There are four buttons and a up, down, left and right buttons. On the right side of the PC there is a blue rubber stripe. On the left side of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/02, updated on 12/11/02
Dooyoo has brough me nothing but bloody unhappines. What a crap idea. Absolutely terrible if you ask me. Why they don't just throw me off is another question. Please, you'd be doing us all a favour. Go on, please you bloody bampots. I'll kick your candy asses Dooyoo has brough me nothing but bloody unhappines. What a crap idea. Absolutely terrible if you ask me. Why they don't just throw me off is another question. Please, you'd be doing us all a favour. Go on, please you bloody bampots. I'll kick your candy asses ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/02, updated on 15/09/02 (Very useful, 1104 readings)
I bought the E570 in April 2002 purely because the Compaq Ipaq 3870 was not in stock where I was buying it from. (The other online store prices were much higher). It cost me £440 inc. VAT the price below is what it costs now from the same place. I'm not entirely sure if that was a good idea or not because, although I love my PDA, it's not got very many accessories and Toshiba no longer support it. In fact, they stopped supporting it only a few months after its release. Also, any accessories that are available are very expensive compare to those you can buy for other PDA's. About the E570... Functions: To start with, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/02, updated on 06/08/02 (Useful, 1080 readings)
A short while back, I was given the task to find the best PDA. Now, the best PDA isn't the most expensive, nor the cheapest, it is a number of things. THE HUNT: I listed all the things I wanted from a PDA, the things I didn't want and a rough budget. Now the budget was rough to start with, as I didn't know what I could get for my money. I soon found that if I wanted some of the things I wanted, then I would also have to put up with the things I didn't want. Colour = low battery life. Windows Pocket PC = High specification PDA which in turn means high cost. Handwriting recognition again = high cost. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/02, updated on 07/05/02
Best of the PDAs that I've used. Only bugbear is the battery life which is abysmal - Advantages: Size, Excellent Screen, Expansion - Disadvantages: Battery Life, Battery Life, Battery Life
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