Summary: The Palm Tungsten T3 is my second Palm PDA. I previously owned the Palm VIIx. I use the T3 with the PalmOne universal wireless keyboard and it works great. I like the sliding case / expandable screen feature and I like the address book, calendar, and memo apps. Also, I like the voice memo recorder.
Summary: Actually the reason I bought this is funny, or unusual at least. I bought a Bible program at auction, and found when I got it that it was for a Palm operating system. I already had 2 older Palms but they ran on version 4 operating system and the Bible program required OS 5. I couldn't afford much so I went looking on eBay again for a Palm with OS 5 and found this one. I knew it had a bad battery as stated in the description, but figured I could fix that ok.
Summary: I bought this originally for my girlfriend, I got sick of her having an ipod and thought to get her something that does much more. This is pretty slick, you can open it to reveal a larger screen, and let me say the resolution is pretty darn good. Speed? 400Mhz XScale processor is a beast. I ran some of my new palm games that run on the newer models - and this handles it perfect.
Summary: Bought it because I wanted to try a newer Palm PDA. Operates very fast, much more so than my Visor Prism (almost too fast with things like Memo pad). Good color on screen, good detail, larger font on the home screen than with Windows Mobile. Easy to xfer files from my Visor to the T3. Will sync with Windows XP, Windows 7, Mac OS Leopard. Has standard 3.5mm headphone jack, Realplayer is included, and it reads regular MP3s. Bluetooth works.
Summary: Well, This is the better of two Palm PDA's I have owned. There's not much to say about it, really. It goes fast, it has a good internal storage capacity. One of the things I like most about it is the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. I can just glance down there to see the time, I can switch between applications, and there's quick access to the volume modes and brightness setting. One downside of this device is it has a poor battery life.
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. all in all i would have to say that the purchase of the t3 was defineately a wise decision.
Summary: I bought the Tungsten T3 because I am a practicing Nurse. It gives me the ability to carry job related information in my pocket. I was able to download a program that will keep me current and up to date medical information, that is so eay to access. No more carrying a medical dictionary, drug book, or meical surgical guide for signs, symptom, or appropriate nursing actions.They make all of those books in "Pocket Guides".Carrying all of those Pocket Guides, can be back...