Excerpt: Economically priced WiFi and Bluetooth PDA. Stay connected and surf the Web from wireless network or Hot Spots. The Palm T/X has all of my pocket Excel and Word documents available with a quick tap of the stylus. The Palm T/X is a work horse and a carousel pony ready for task and fun.
Summary: You shouldn’t consider Palm TX as a substitute to Palm Tungsten T5, this is a supplemental model. Some specs got better, some got worse. Improvements:
Some specs got worse compared to the previous model:
If we consider Palm TX from the point of view of a faithful Palm OS user, the model with a $300...
Conclusion: Every time we see a PDA there is a feeling of 80's DeJa Vu, but the humble portable assistant has never left and continues its own evolutionary path. We try out PalmOne's latest offering the aptly named TX.
Excerpt: Posted by Brain-in-a-Jar After hearing all the hype about Palmâ€™s T|X Handheld, I was quite excited to actually get my hands on one. The specs looked pretty sweetâ€¦ 100 mb user accessible built in storage, SD / MultiMediaCard expansion slot, MP3 and video playback on a 320 x 480 color display, and...
Pros: â€¢ Enough power and memory to handle any handheld application
Cons: â€¢ Even at $299, youâ€™re probably better off spending the extra cash for a Treo if connectivity is a priority
Excerpt: Palm T|X Handheld PDA with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Palm had finally made up its mind to integrate WiFi in one of its handhelds, named Palm LifeDrive in May 2005 but the happiness of seeing wireless features was not long lived once we found that the cost of Palm LifeDrive cannot be digested.
Excerpt: The T|X is Palms latest attempt to jumpstart the sluggish standalone PDA market. Although it doesn’t lacks the cellular voice functionality of Palm’s latest Treo models, the T|X does offer a good selection of high-performance mobile computing features at a price that will be irrisistable to many...