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.
Summary: Works great with win 7 32bits. Just need to down load drivers for Vista. Install them, re-start computer and sync. I found info on Google. It also works with win7 64bits, need to look up for info on Google. Best of all I got it for $21.
It does not work and i have never been able to use it.
9 November 2013
Summary: I bought this product about a month ago and have never been able to get the thing to work, dont now if it needs a card of somekind to make it work but it still does not work I spent all that money on something that i have never been able to use and will never purchase another one.
Summary: These machines were THE tool for a professional, just a few years ago. There still are the die-hards who rely on 'em, for scheduling, database info, instant memos and thousands of apps that were created for Palm. The E2 is a fine specimen of the Palm family thin sleek roughly a 40 hour battery life.
Summary: My Treo 680 (7years)and Tungsten E2(13 years) and still going strong!!! The product is affordable. Easy to work with! PalmOS system can run on the Android platform as well for those that might have the need.
Summary: I've used a Palm pda since 2004 and it's still a simple, cost effective productivity tool. In fact my entire family uses Palm pda's. It's very handy for keeping track of our tasks, schedules and contacts. And it's easy for us to share that information by beaming.
Summary: I bought this product to keep information for patients that I teach. I like how easy it is to use, the wireless keyboard is a little more complicated than I thought to connect, but once, makes data collection easy.