Excerpt: Remember when business buyers had unlimited budgets for technology? Well, we can't, either. Enter the new Tungsten E, the spiritual successor to the popular Palm V and m500 series. It's built for business but equipped for multimedia as well, though playing MP3s requires a memory expansion card.
Excerpt: The Palm Tungsten E2 PDA is my first organizer and I have been using it for about two months now. My job requires me to keep track of appointments, business meetings and conference calls. I find this organizer is a life saver over my daily planner.
Summary: palmOne has kept the old design in its Palm Tungsten E2. It added Bluetooth module, universal connector Palm, NVFS file system, which allows keep data at strong discharge. It's a typical budget PDA - there is no voice recorder, LED indicators, the processor is junior.
Summary: The Palm E2 is a pretty great at doing all the tasks a handheld is supposed to do. It interfaces quickly and easily with your desktop or laptop making it great of storage of information on the run.
Conclusion: No shocks in terms of design or features, but the E2 is more about the things it can do than the hardware itself - and all for a low price. Rather than trying to outsmart smartphones, this simple PDA could be your phone's ideal partner.
Summary: This unit outwardly looks exactly the same as the original ‘E’ except that the connection on the base for synchronising is different. The other main difference is that this model has Bluetooth something the original ‘E’ did not.
Excerpt: Kodak’s Mini is an ultra-budget mini camcorder. High-definition video isn’t the order of the day – instead, the camcorder is designed to be slim and light enough to be unnoticeable in a pocket while robust enough to survive knocks – it’s also splashproof.