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.
Excerpt: I love this palm. I actually purchase it significantly used but it still works even though I use it an average of 2 hours a day for web browsing and email. I can watch videos and even though its a few years old, it still works great!
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.