Summary: the tungsten t3 was a little more than i had originally thought. it has better graphics for playing games than anticipated. although you may not hotsync many games, the ability is there with the expansion card. the music player is awesome if you have an SD Card that is loaded with music.
Summary: These are not being made anymore so to get one you got to through the used/refurbished market. It is still worth picking one up. I think Musicians could get a lot of use out of one of these. They feature a very easy to use voice recorder.
Summary: One of the reason I do not let goi ts voice recording capability.. I can live without the wi-fi, but not without the voice recording.
I see that this recording feature does not come in the recient models and that is a shame..
Summary: I just love this PDA. It's the only fast model from PAlm to feature voice recorder, which is fundamental for me cause I tape my classes at the uni. The mic is just good enough for that and voice memos.
This it the more reliable PDA I've ever owned and I've owned many starting with a Pilot. I've owned everything from HP iPAQs and Jornada 728s and this is the one I kept, while selling the rest. 'Nuff said!
Summary: This handy PDA has actually precluded my need to carry a laptop everywhere! I use it for word processing (bought a wireless keyboard for this but usually just use Graffiti 2) and create resident MS-Word documents using DataViz Documents to Go (comes with the T3).
Excerpt: A highly capable PDA that triumphs above many newer windows versions. For many years Palm has produced some capable PDAs including the Tungsten series. This one was the best after the T and T2 of earlier years.
Excerpt: Ok, where to start with this PDA... The processor may be powerfull and it may have lots of ram and memory but whats the use in having all of that if there is little to do with it all. I found, being new to the palm OS aswell, it to be clumsy and confusing.
Excerpt: Although this does not have wi-fi like the T5, and has a much smaller memory chip, it is still an excellent product. The memory problem is easy to get round by placing all large items like audio books and movies on cards instead of on the palm, and the wi-fi lack can supposedly be got round by using...
Pros: Compact size to fit in pocket, but screen large enough to watch movies
Cons: Unlike the later models, this does not have wi - fi
Summary: I'm sure this is a great bit of kit - if it's software worked correctly on XPpro - after purchasing 2 of them, I have spent no less than 15 hours trying to install the support software on my desktop - palm's online support is non-existent so I resorted to user group forums only to find a dozen...