Summary: I bought palm T3 more than a year ago and it really stood the test of time. I found it to be quick easy to use and trust worthy. the only draw back as with most palm products is the battery life.
Summary: Trouble is that it isn't always stable, and newbies to this kind of technology get caught without having backed up important info. Include the cost of a back-up card in your budget, and be prepared to spend a bit of time learning about it and it will change your life!
Summary: I'd got to the stage where my trusted Palm M505 needed upgrading to something faster and better and hopefully with Bluetooth. The T3 is better in all these areas, I particularly find dialling phone numbers from my T3 to my mobile phone whilst driving very handy (hands free of course), three's no...
Summary: This is my first PDA, but has exceeded my expectations - word, excel and powerpoint are easy to use on the move and hotsync perfectly. The 'stretchy' screen is wonderful - you can actually see what you are doing, and can switch between portait and landscape views.
Summary: First I had an iPAQ 2210 - it kept falling over and handwriting recognition was very unreliable with font size keeping shifting. Then I had a T3. It hasn't fallen over once yet. The integration of software packages is not a patch on the iPAQ, but because it isn't Windows based it actually works.
Summary: Such a pity that in moving up Palm have lost some if its brighter design ideas. Have just moved up from a Palm 5 that I adored, and desperately miss the neat little leather case that allowed you to use the device and also hot sync while still in the case.
Palm almost get it right (except for a few minor things)
19 November 2003
Summary: I have been a palm user since the palm 111. Probably you would call me a palmoholic as I am now on my 5th different one. They have all been good at the time but the T3 is exceptional in most things.
Summary: This is an excellent PDA, the ability to swivel the screen view is excellent and the faster processor does make a difference. My only reservation is that the screen does seem to be a bit dull in natural daylight, even with the backlight at the highest setting.