Summary: This is the third Zire 71 I have had. I keep wearing them out. Yes, it's old school, but I go with old school with reason. 1) It's PALM operating system never crashes. Even on those occasions when I have let the battery go completely dead, I have never lost a single bit of data.
Summary: I bought the Palm 71 because is the best to keep my personal information on hand. Today I can't find any thing similar. It was a fast transfer of files. I had on of those. It was almost like new.
Summary: Just great device,first time i bought this pda instead of a paper notebook, the battery does not holded a charge, but it was perfectly replaced with nokia 850mAh bl-5c and another with bl-6 which is 1150mAh!!.
Summary: I'll try to be simple and short. The Zire 71 is the model I've used the longest and it took me a long time before I decided to look of an upgrade (Lifedrive with CF upgrade). The pros are too many to list them all.
Summary: I use this palm to help aid with my everyday crazy life. From ghost hunting to home inspections, i downloaded doc. to go and found that the hidden camera is a plus when doing home inspections, keeps me from carrying around an extra camera and i'm also able to take pictures of damaged things and also...
Summary: Palm Zire 71 is a fully functioning yet very simple to use PDA. The screen is very legible and bright. You can adjust the fonts for the letters. The appointment calendar and address features are well organized. It is easy to search for a keyword within the Palm.
Summary: The Palm Zire 71 handheld computer is a rather simple device, especially by today's standards. But that's just what I like about it - an uncluttered device with all the right functions and no unnecessary ones - all right, I could do without the camera which is extremely rudimentary anyway.
Summary: Palm only sold this model for a limited time, then they moved on to advanced models leaving this great product behind unfairly. One of the major complaints at the time was that the joy stick would get moved and turn on the unit, running down the battery while still in the case.