Not the latest in technology but still a good PDA for daily use.
26 July 2012
Summary: Likes: 1) Screen is bright and clear. 2) Size is great, use it most of the time without the need to extend it. 3) Voice recorder, handy for quick memo. 4) Joystick like button in the front is very well design. 5) Still lots of usable programs. 6) SD memory slot. 7) Speaker is loud though not stereo. 8) Well made and good quality. Dislikes: 1) Stylus holder is not secure. 2) Too much plastic prefer metallic casing material. Good PDA, a bit dated but still works fine.
Palm T2 is about things to get done according to what you've planned.
30 March 2012
Summary: I'm with Palm PDA's from the first thing (Palm Pilot of USRobotics). I use it not because of it's better than those iPod(Pad, Phone)'s or Android's PDA's Pad's Phones. It's that I have everything I need in Palm T2. Why pay more if the sky in my life is cloudless :-) (reffering to cloud computing).
Summary: I bought this product to use for Volleyball stats. It works with my stat program, I just have to become more familiar with the buttons to feel confident enough to use it. It did not come with an owners manual so I will download one off of the internet and work with that. Product was as described and will come in handy and be very useful for coaching. Anyone who keeps volleyball stat, this is the way to go. FORGET THE PEN AND PAPER.
Summary: I don't own a smart phone nor do I want one. I did need a compact way to have my phone list with me as well as a planner. A used reconditioned Palm was perfect. It is comfortable and holds everything I need. The hotsync works great as I do most of my planning on my desktop. Good purchase.
Summary: I have been using "palm pilots" since the early 90's. I think that the T2 is the best I've had and I wish that Palm still sold it new. There are lots of apps available that are useful to me, especially HandBase. The migration from one app to another is quick and steady and it seldom needs a cold reboot. I wore out a couple and when Palm stopped selling them, I bought the then latest combined with a cell phone: the Treo 650 (I'm on AT&T wireless).
Summary: Lot of memory, beautiful screen, battery better than T1, can hold alot of applications, can record voices, can get a used one for $50-$75 dollars. Cons-internet access poor. If you want good organizer cheap with good memory and can process alot of applications and a nice screen, this is the one to get. If you want internet access, don't buy.
Summary: The Tungsten T2 has the slide that reveals the stylus input pad which is hidden when the slide is closed making the PDA smaller than most others. This is a plus for those wanting a small package easily carried in pocket or purse. The Palm OS is lean and mean, but still packs a lot of features into a small space.
Summary: This PDA was exactly what my husband, a med student, needed it for...quick reference guide while on rounds and during his internship. It's basic, but does the trick if you're not looking for/or needing the most up to date, bells and whistles kind of thing. Plus, you cant beat the price and when everyone else was spending $300+ on new models from the bookstore, we feel like we got away with the MUCH better deal!