Excerpt: Palm Tungsten E2 My sister-in-law got me a new Palm Tungsten E2 for Christmas. I have been a PDA user before but seems like I have outgrown the ones that I have. As far as I remember, the last PDA I had still has black and white display. So when …
Excerpt: For me it is a godsent. As a writer and translator, I sometimes wake up in the night and feel inspired to write. Before, I had to get up and turn on my computer. Now I can write in bed in the most comfortable position and not even worry …
Summary: This is a Palm Pilot of an age of almost the original Tungsten, so it doesn't make coffee for you in the morning or run your bathwater at night! It is a very functional organizer that does everything I want. It also takes all of the 3rd-party software I need and runs it with no problems.
Summary: The touch screen broke after 8 months. Replaced whole unit and 2nd E2 touch screen went bad after 4 months!! I babied it but the touch screen still failed!! It starts by activating the line below/above where you touch. It gets twitchy and will jump around where you touch.
Pros: Nice organizer. Great features. Compact and easy to use.
Cons: Touch screen fails often. Can't handle more than 1GB memory card.
Summary: Since buying this I have done some research and I can't find ANY palm pilot that is compatible with a 64-bit operating system. The palm pilot is great and I use it all the time, but I can't sync it up with my computer.
Summary: When the battery in my Sony Clie could no longer hold a charge, and could only be used if it were left in the cradle all the time, I learned that only a Sony tech could install a new battery and that the thing would have to be shipped to California. In addition, Sony would charge $150.