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Palm Tungsten T5

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Palmone Tungsten T5 Review

Lordpercy.com
20 March 2011
  • Conclusion: There are many ways to be different and those who are fans of Linux have found one technological step and there is a group of cult like PDA users who worship the Palm OS.
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Tungsten T5

Palm Infocenter
25 May 2009
  • Conclusion: The Tungsten T5 is available for $399 with free shipping from the palmOne online store . It will start shipping and become available at retail locations around November 3rd. You can also search for the lowest price on the T5 with our price comparison service .
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Overall 6
6.0

palmOne Tungsten T5

PC Magazine
19 February 2006
  • Conclusion: The ample memory and USB drive mode make the T5 a fine device for toting around documents. But for $400, we want Wi-Fi or better multimedia performance.
  • Pros: USB drive mode allows driverless access to data. Huge amount of built-in storage. Businesslike look.
  • Cons: No Wi-Fi. Doesn't support many Bluetooth cell phones. Inconsistent video playback.
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Expert Review

XyzComputing.com
29 January 2005
  • Summary: During the time that I used the Tungsten T5 I really grew to enjoy having it around- its infinitely superior to scrawling notes on scraps of paper and shoving them messily into my pocket. But this is true of any PDA, so what makes the T5 special? First of all the T5 is one of the most powerful PDAs available. Not only does this mean its processor has no problem handling large files quickly but also that the PDA can do more than many others out there.
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Palm Tungsten T5

Mobile Review
22 January 2005
  • Summary: If we treat Palm Tungsten T5 as the successor of Palm Tungsten T3, then I'd say it failed. There is nothing fundamentally new about it, some functions and the kit are cut. The unique integrated flash-drive adds to the functionality, but this is hardly a big reason to buy T5. You can replace your T3 with T5, if you do not care much about the money spent on it and you are not satisfied with the battery life of T3.
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PalmOne Tungsten T5 review

Geekzone
15 January 2006
  • Excerpt: PalmOne’s new Tungsten was not released to anything like the acclaim of its predecessor, the T3. Instead there were plenty of complaints – it didn’t have a voice recorder, it didn’t have Palm OS 6/Cobalt and worst of all – no WiFi. But how does it stand from a user's point of view?
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
7 December 2005
  • Summary: The Tungsten T5 will appeal to people who want a Palm-based business handheld that can double as a portable storage device.
  • Pros: Large internal non-volatile memory
  • Cons: No cradle
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palmOne Tungsten T5: Mixture as Before

iXBT Labs
18 August 2005
  • Conclusion: palmOne disappointed even its fans with the new model. Quite a contrary move was expected from this company — a worthy answer to the new wave of Pocket PC with VGA displays. New OS version (Cobalt), built-in WiFi module. But we get a regular Palm device instead, incompatible with a noticeable part of old software, with a built-in memory drive, which is erased at hard reset. This device is frankly weak.
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Overall 7
6.7

palmOne Tungsten T5

PC Pro
16 November 2004
  • Conclusion: For once, palmOne hasn't quite got the balance right between cost and compromise. There's plenty of memory and a large screen, but the lack of Wi-Fi or even a docking cradle diminish its appeal.
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Overall 7
7.0

PalmOne Tungsten T5 review

Pocket Lint
15 November 2004
  • Pros: Big screen which is easy to read, 215MB user accessible non-volatile flash memory
  • Cons: Encourages a 24/7 working culture, No integrated Wi-Fi for direct Internet access
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