Summary: Works well. No support for these any more but still serviceable. Wallet size makes it able to be an everyday item. Black and white screen makes it usable outdoors. Uses AAA batteries so I am able to carry spares.
Summary: Didn't come with cable, charger. Had to purchase separately. This was disclosed, but added to the total price. Bought this to replace my Palm Zire which I have used for years and loved.Some condition issues which are not too serious.
Summary: The palm3e serves to take care of my business contact info without having to buy some too fancy phone. I live where a cell phone is a marginal connectivity proposition so there is no use in spending hundreds of dollars for something that does more than I will ever use. Besides I try not to rely too much on technology it can be a crutch as much as a tool. I chose this product and a sharp wizard to be an upgrade from a casio boss.
Summary: The Palm IIIe is a second generation palm pilot. It is very, very easy to use and provides the basic tools for organizing and storing a lot of data. This is my second one, I crushed the first in a car door when it slid off the seat as I was closing the car door. It was very easy to take the e-bay purchased item and upload my saved data from my PC. It was like never loosing the original. It holds 4 MG of info which is plently for holding basic data.
Summary: What Can I say, if you are looking for something that can be used for a long time than this one is for you! Keeping phone numbers, todo list, calender, etc. This one has it. You do not need a fancy PDA to do that stuff. PROs: You can use this thing daily without replacing batteries for a month large screen Grayscale Cons: I realize that is easy to scratch on the graffi part.. =( The backlight drains a lot of power. Other than that 2mb is enough for daily usage..
Summary: Nothing fancy, second one I have had, very easy to use. I use it to keep important info at hand that come up occasionally Nice calendar, and the address book is useful for keeping important info at hand like birthdays, anniversaries, kids names and DOBs and other important info so the mind doesn't get so cluttered.
Summary: 2000, I decided upon the palm pilot. The polished see through look of the limited edition IIIe allured me. It was fully integrateable into the PC desktop, and could store 2mb of data - enough at the time. The main features are a TODO list, memo, diary address book. standard. The main reason to buy it was to have an accessible diary. But now ive realised its so much easier to pull a pen out and flick through some pages to scribble in some notes.
Excerpt: "I bought this with a view to using it instead of a diary but it really doesn't make a very good substitute. I opted for the light green version which looks cheap and nasty but it was the only colour in stock at the time. The first thing that struck me was the fact that the fold-over cover wouldn't last long - it didn't. The little stylus is a devil to get out of it's hole if you don't have nails, and easy to lose when you do manage to retrieve ...
Pros: Easy to use, easy to read, lots of functions plus downloads available
Cons: Flimsy, batteries run down really quickly, the colour is a bit naff