Excerpt: This curvy little entry-level palm easily sits in a pocket and does the usual basic Palm PDA functions of managing contacts and appointments. It's all plastic including the screen which means it's light.
Excerpt: My first introduction to PDAs started with the Palm m100. My friend got it back when I was in school and everyone was drooling all over it – it was such a novelty. I set my sights on getting one as soon as I could.
Excerpt: It got to the point during the summer where i hadn't really spent ny of my summers earnings and they were now burning an enormous hole in my pocket! In all honesty i bought this to try to organise my life. In truth, i should have just bought a diary.
Pros: Great little thing to mess around with
Cons: Haven't used it all that much in 2 years ! ! !
Excerpt: Forget Lifeboat, Liferaft or even the mint with the hole in the middle, this device is truly a lifesaver. I used to have a Sharp electronic organiser - one of those you can pick up anywhere for about £20-£30.
Pros: Light, simple to use, Colour Screen and computer back up facility
Excerpt: I bought this almost a year ago from Dixons at around £150 its a Business mans perfect companion! I easily connected it to the pc and downloaded new free software whenever i got bored of the standard stuff! Its lightweight and Normal electronic shops sell gadgets and upgrades for this model!
Excerpt: My first PDA was a Palm M105, which I got from my wife as a Xmas present. I didn't think I was going to use it very much, but I was about to be surprised. I started having a look around the net for programs and you wouldn't believe how much free stuff there is out there for PDAs.
Excerpt: Lightweight, affordable and genuinly useful. A great entry level PDA for a low price. replace your phone book, address book, diary with one light weight device (weighs about the same as a mobile phone) Battery ife is good with charging easy using the included cradle.
Excerpt: I have been using the palm for over a year; when I first got it I couldn't be bothered to learn to use it properly and would still use a written diary. Now I would be lost without it. I have my work diary on there and my personal diary.
Pros: easy to use, extra programmes can be downloaded,
Cons: if it runs out of batery you risk losing all data if it is not backed up to computor
Excerpt: Technicolour dream device The Palm m130, which is the same form factor as the m125 and slots neatly into the series above this device. What this latest model adds, though, is a colour screen - the first time Palm has offered colour on its lower end products, although the higher price immediately...
Excerpt: The palm m130 is a great gadget. Infact I could barely live without it! Its great value for money at just over 200.00 with a colour screen I might add! I did have a problem with the screen as it became misaligned I needed to send it away to palm's factory for repair, the process was simple and fast.