nothing about like it or not,keep old data compatable .
9 February 2011
Summary: nothing about like it or not,keep old data compatable. Since we don't have solution to convert the old palm data to new device, the only choice just to keep using it. Plus the old one is not expensive either.
Summary: I like my T2, it is compact and I am able to set custom buttons. I wish the battery lasted longer but have alot of information on it so that is not to bad. Was not saavy enough to figure some of it but knew people that could help. I needed it so keep track of all the kids stuff along with school, work and church stuff. I like having such a big contact list. It alphabetizes everything for me too.
Summary: Because the refurbished products do not come with the installation CD, there are many obstacles to synching with the Outlook calendar. (the reason that I bought this) Otherwise, the PDA itself is great.
Summary: Ok - first I should confess that I recently sold my Palm Tungsten T and got myself an iPhone. And to be perfectly honest I have not regretted the switch. I wonn't go on about it here (see my iPhone review instead), but as PDAs go the iPhone tops the bunch! Anyway, if you don't want a device with telephonic abilities then this is not a bad option. The screen is very bright, and colours are rich.
Summary: Palm?s Tungsten is the latest technology and it combines good looks with lots of features. Palm is really showing off about its new slider which opens and closes to show the graffiti area. Palms are now so much more than personal organisers and they have progressed a lot in the last 2-3 years. The software bundle that comes with it is good and the tungsten can support mp3 playback. The screen is very clear and colourful and it even incorporates bluetooth.