Summary: I bought this unit to organize my contacts, my appointments, my thoughts and my life. It has done remarkably well in all those areas and I don't know why I waited so long to purchase one. It doesn't have wifi, but who really needs that when you have access at home and at work.
Pros: Inexpensive, sturdy, stable and responsive OS, easy sync function, tons of free programs available online, nice color screen, bluetooth, SD slot, decent battery life, cool word processing device with wireless keyboard.
Cons: Poor video playback, can't stand graffiti 2 and rarely use it, finicky scrolling, 1 gigabyte limit of SD card, tinny speaker, useless flip cover.
Summary: Both my husband and I have this PDA. We're also getting one for my mom for her birthday. It's not an MP3 player and it's not a laptop. It's a simple way to stay organized, keep pictures, and play music, all in one handy little device.
Pros: It's compact, the screen's a nice size, it is easy to synch with my computer. It has all the organization features you'd want in a PDA, plus you can use the expansion card for music and pictures.
Cons: I've played solitaire so much, I've worn out areas of the touch screen, desensitizing them.
Summary: I think this would be better if it had the official full featured microsoft office programs. Overall its simple and easy to use. Basic office features are included, just the essentials for an organizer.
Pros: Has easy to use features/touch screen
Cons: It should have better apps. The case should be sturdier and should hold the entire Palm rather than just a flap
Summary: Thouroughly satisfied with this PDA. Very many very useful and easy to use features. Have put hundreds of phone numbers on it and numerous MS Word documents. Love the alarm system with automatic snooze feature for waking while on business trips.
Pros: Some software (i.e., Rand McNally Road Atlas) worked on the M125, but not on Tungsten E
Cons: Some software (i.e., Rand McNally Road Atlas) worked on the M125, but not on Tungsten E
Summary: Glad I bought this and saved money that I would have spent on a Treo or Blackberry. Sometimes it is not good to have a "console" PDA because if one thing goes wrong, you will have to do without until it gets fixed
Summary: The cover is packaged flat so you must bend it to cover the entire screen. It does emit a low sound if you put your ear to it but if you're putting your ear to it then you're not using it the way it's supposed to be used - deal with it.
Pros: So many features for the price! Great looking screen and the software is just awesome.
Cons: Should come with at least a 128MB SD card, but comes with nothing. Framerate on movies is a little low but not too bad. MP3 playback is a little weird so far but I may need to get used to it. Sound is great but lacks a little bass.
Summary: While searching for a PDA I tried all the demo's. I settled on the Palm Tungsten E. Within days this thing was running my life. Important dates to remember (anniversaries!), important meetings at work, and reoccurring events all are a snap with this gem. It is quick to learn the Palm navigation.
Summary: There's nothing fancy about this thing. It's a no-frills workhorse that gets the job done. I've been impressed with the battery life--I can go days without recharging. Keep in mind that I only use it for basic PDA functions: appointments, contacts, notes, and reference books.
Summary: Palm Tungsten E2 is a great pda. It has an excellent color screen. It's compact and light weight. It supports PDF, Microsoft Words, Microsoft Excels, games, mp3, movie and capable to synchronize with Microsoft Outlook.
Pros: Compact, light weight, features, color screen, value for money.