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. I guess people are selling them because win xp as of April 8th will no longer distribute upgrades. I guess that there may not be many of them by now.
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. PALM WAS THE MOTHER OF WHAT WE SEE TODAY LET US NEVER FORGET HOW FAR ADVANCED THE PRODUCT IS. Well Done to Ebay which delivers an outstanding service as well. A winning receipe!!! No expensive phonebill charges!
Calendar, Pictures, Music..My Whole Life In One Little PDA
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Tungsten E by Palm is a lifesaver. For a busy, working Mother of two, it's essential to stay organized. I stumbled across the Tungsten E at Best Buy and after I got over the sticker shock ($200), I decided "Let's try it". I am so glad that I did. The Tungsten E has everything I need to keep my life organized: Address book, calendar, to-do list and so much more. You can also upload your own personal pictures and music.
Excerpt: This is my third in the Palm line. I keep upgrading. I would truely be lost without my Palm Tungsten. It keeps my calendar. I have hundreds & hundreds of contacts. It keeps them all organized into easy categories that I select, or make up. It stores information about the person's home AND business info. My Tungsten has a built-in MP3 player. There is no need for me to carry extra electronics, this one does it all. I can download family photos and video clips. I...
Excerpt: Use my Tungsten E2 Handheld every day for medical database searches. Easy to use, takes ALOT of hard knocks (dropping, hitting, etc) and keeps on ticking. Really long battery life. I couldn't practice medicine without it.
My Palm Tungsten E2 is everything I need for work and school
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Palm Tungsten E2 has many different features that makes it on the top of my list for work and school use. It has a quick tour feature, bluetooth, calculator, calendar, contacts, dialer, expense handler, favorites, hot sync, media (photos and music) memos, note pad, RealPlayer, task and a web feature. It easily keeps things and dates you need to remember organized and easy to retrieve.
Excerpt: This is a really compact and good for price gadget.It has a nice range of features that come in handy.To begin with,it has wonderful screen quality.It boasts a 320x320 Transflective TFT color display touchscreen.Makes for a very clear display.Maybe I'm the only one who pays attention to such,but everytime I have a touchscreen device I always make a note to pay attention to the durability of the screen.I,at least have noticed a difference which brings me to say this...
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. The unit I just bought was a replacement for my wife's pda, which she thoroughly wore out. We're your quintessential Palm power users. We're not ready to switch over to the so-called smart phones yet.
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.
Summary: This is my first PDA. Despite it being a 7 year old used machine, I have had no troubles. I bought this it because I wanted an electronic organizer, but didn't want to get a smartphone, etc due to cost / contracts. The cost of the PDA was quite affordable. All of the features worked beautifully. Cable syncing on my 32-bit netbook computer was no problem. It worked on the first try. The PDA's software worked fine in Windows 7.