Summary: What a wonderful product for beginners! I bought this Palm to see if I would really use one. I love having all the information with me whenever I need it. I've had this for 2 years now and soon I'll upgrade to a more advanced PDA. However, I think this was the best way for me to start.
Pros: not enough memory, crashes sometimes (but easily fixed by reloading from desktop)
Cons: not enough memory, crashes sometimes (but easily fixed by reloading from desktop)
Summary: I brought this with my palm since it didn't come with one. Useing it is more convient then using a serial cable. I don't back of my plam that often so I rarely use it. I probably could have saved some money and just used the cable. If you do backups or download programs often it's a good buy.
Summary: I recommend this accessorie for you Palm M100. It's better than the HotSync Cable since it gives you a place to put your Palm. But I only give it 4 stars since it should have came instead of the HotSync Cable when you buy the Palm M100.
Excerpt: Summary: I am a college student and as any college student can tell you, there are many things to keep track of: classes, schedules, phone numbers, memos, you name it. It's tough to keep track of a lot of things when you're really busy and the Palm is a wonderful solution.
Pros: It's small, it's simple, it does it's job
Cons: No ports for external peripherals . You only have 2 minutes to change the batteries before the memory is lost .
Excerpt: You would probably be lost as to where to start looking as still after a few years, people are still unsure what a PDA is. Basically it is an electric organiser and the M100, according to me is very basic so a good place to start for first time users.
Excerpt: This is my fist palm pilot. I decided to buy my palm m100 after seeing my friend's palm m500. But There was no need to buy that expensive one. I checked the models. And the m100 was the most suitable one for me. Palm m100 is a very useful device.
Pros: it simplifies evrything for you, easy to carry, easy to use, Thousands of free software applications
Excerpt: I'll be honest, I never thought I'd become so attatched to a gadget (with exception to my mobile phone), but I have. I wasn't really planning on getting a PDA as I was perfectly happy with the glorified Boots calculator I bought in 1995.