Excerpt: Palm TX Handheld is not really useful nowadays already, and sometime back I thought that this one particular Palm TX Handheld would be the saviour or some sort to my very messy life. But perhaps, I was wrong.
Excerpt: The Palm TX Handheld is a PDA that does it all, with the ultimate portability and organizational features that most pdas on the market today have. PROCESSING/SPEED The device contains a 312 mhz processor and 128 mb of built-in storage.
Excerpt: Palm TX Handheld is a very nice device and very easy to use. I am not really a technical jargon and expert, but when my boyfriend gave me this Palm TX Handheld, I really know how to use it, and I’ve been using it for about 6 months …
Summary: The Palm T|X is my third Palm. My last Palm was a Tungsten E2. The reason for the switch was that E2 lacked the power and capacity to run my medical software Micromedex and Epocrates together. I also wanted the WiFi access. PALM DESKTOP I have never been able to make the Palm Desktop sync with the T|X on my Vista system. The driver wouldn't install properly. Fortunately for me, I also have a computer which runs Windows XP, and the Palm driver installs there.
Summary: I really enjoyed the Palm TX, but it had a couple downsides. The battery is not replaceable by me. I also don't like Palm's OS as much as Windows mobile, there's a lot less apps (free ones) for it. So I gave it to my dad and bought the iPAQ 111. I do miss the very nice screen of the TX, though, as well as a few features that it had that I really liked (such as opening right back up to whatever app you were using when shutting it down.
Summary: I have mixed feelings about the Palm T/X. I have it working perfectly now after a good deal of hacking. I have been using Palm ever since it originally came on the market. The apps for which Palm is known for (calendar, todos, etc.) work great. Documents To Go (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) work great. Pocket Tunes (music, FM Radio, etc.) work great. Battery life is excellent. Wifi is excellent. The screen is good. Now for the bad things.