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Palm V Hand held PDA

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  • 2 MB RAM
  • Easily transfer data from your hand held to your PC or Macintosh
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more
  • What's in the box: Palm V hand held, Rechargeable battery (internal), DB-25 adapter.
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Product Manual [2.26mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 3.2 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00000J4FS
  • Item model number: Palm 5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 1999

Product Description

Amazon.com

One look at the Palm V organizer and you'll know it's something special. Its sleek design and anodized aluminum case appeal to your sense of style. Weighing just 4 oz., its ultra-thin exterior belies its organizational power. You'll have thousands -- literally thousands -- of names, addresses, phone numbers, appointments, to-do's, plus hundreds of e-mail messages at your fingertips. The advanced LCD screen is razor sharp. And you can recharge the lithium ion batteries in the HotSync cradle in minutes a day. A full charge lasts for up to a month. Simply put, the sleek new Palm V device lets you organize in style. The way you do everything else.

What's in the box

  • Palm V handheld
  • Palm Desktop organizer software
  • Applications for Palm V handheld
  • Rechargeable battery (internal)
  • DB-25 adapter
  • Getting Started guide
  • Protective leather cover
  • Handbook
  • HotSync cradle
  • Product Description

    Palm 5 Personal Digital Assistant Ultra thin. Has e-mail, date/address book , memo pad, Hot Sync Technology, rechargable battery, to do list

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    Customer Reviews

    I also have fax, e-mail, and internet software installed, among many other programs.
    "amazonreader"
    The Palm is so much more than a notepad, it also has games, a calendar, to do lists, an address book, calculator, and anything else you want to load onto it.
    T. Luongsi
    I spent about 2 months trying to decide whether an organizer could be worth this much money.
    Stefan

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    293 of 297 people found the following review helpful By Doug on November 26, 1999
    I started out with a Palm III, switched to a handheld PC and am now back with the Palm V. For the everyday person it's more than enough. I didn't buy it to play games with - I bought it to stay organized. The extreme ease of use is wonderful and syncing to your PC is a breeze. Anybody that needs more than this needs a handheld PC (Which have their own combersome problems!) I have found the OS platform with the Palm V much easier to sync with my desktop - especially with WindowsNT. Too many problems connecting with WindowsCE. The Palm V has far exceeded my needs and is perfect for the everyday user looking for a palm organizer that is just that, an organizer and 24hr assistant.
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    274 of 282 people found the following review helpful By Eric Franson on November 23, 1999
    If you look at the Palm V and the Palm IIIx you will notice some major differences. First of all, the V is smaller, and looks cooler. However, the benefits end there. The V has half the RAM of the IIIx, which, as a seasoned pilot user, i know you will really want if you get into modems and telnet shells and mail and real-time web browsing. (not to mention games) I would suggest forgoing the looks for the functionality (something that is not done enough in our corporate world) and getting the IIIx. You will not regret it. However, if you have to have something shiny, by all means, this is the machine to get....
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    132 of 134 people found the following review helpful By Brian Dobben on October 10, 1999
    I've had my Palm V since June 1st. To my brother, wife & parents who conspired for my birthday: THANK YOU!!!!! Within two weeks I abandoned my Franklin Planner, and regretted not having had a Palm device 15 years ago. OK, that was impossible - but it has dramatically changed my life for the better, and I can't imagine ever going without it. In the last several months I have grown to be a very definite power user, and the corporate resource person for Palm-platform PDA's. Our guys have tried several others and are convinced that the Palm platform is the best and most flexible. I am very heavily into 3rd-party software evaluation (& some accessories), preparing recommendations for high-efficiency Palm device/software packages for company-staff issue. Eventually I may put together my own personal web-site, and post some evaluations and recommendations for software/accessories for Palm users.
    Having said all that, here's an engineer's (my)perspective on the Palm V: Visors will be great, and Palm IIIx's are just fine, but the Palm V package size is definitely worth a lot to me. Forget the sexy appearance - it's great, but the superior Form Factor rules. Yes, I would prefer that the Vx cost is about what the standard V discounts for now, but since it will ALWAYS fit in my shirt pocket (without changing my shirt wardrobe) I ALWAYS have it with me (in a place that's probably least susceptible to being damaged or lost) - and that's what it's for. Though I prefer to use the slim padded 3COM case, I frequently slip the original leather flap-cover on for small shirt pockets, & thus can still carry a separate pen/pencil/stylus device.
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    121 of 123 people found the following review helpful By "amazonreader" on January 25, 2000
    January 15, 2000 3Com's Palm PDA's are definitely the best PDA's on the market. You can read the other reviews to hear how this device will help you organize your life and how wonderful it is. As a Palm collector (I have all Palm and Pilot models), I will rather compare the Palm V to the Palm Vx. The only difference between the two is that the V has 2MB of RAM, while the Vx has 8.
    I have thousands of addresses, thousands of appointments, and many more to-do items, documents, etc. in my Palm. I also have fax, e-mail, and internet software installed, among many other programs. I only use about 1.5 MB. Therefore, although I have the Vx, I don't use any of the additional memory. Technically, because of the additional memory, the Vx is faster. Nonetheless, because Palm applications are so small, this difference is truly negligible. Therefore, before you spend $100 more on the Vx, make sure you're going to use the additional memory. It's the only difference.
    Now, remember: the V series is rechargable, while the III series uses AAA batteries. Therefore, travelling with a V palm means you'll have to carry around the cradle. If you'd rather use batteries, maybe the IIIx is better for you.
    Good luck!
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    172 of 179 people found the following review helpful By Stefan VINE VOICE on February 5, 2000
    I spent about 2 months trying to decide whether an organizer could be worth this much money. I just bought my Palm V last week, and it's hard to imagine life without it now. The Palm V is simply the best purchase I've made in a long time. It's an incredibly small and sleek little machine. It fits right in your shirt pocket, even with the hard case I bought for it. It has all the standard things you'd expect from an organizer (address book, to do list, agenda, expense report). The Graffiti system (writing instead of typing) only takes a little while to get used to. The Palm Desktop software and cradle allows you to back everything up in a few seconds. No batteries are necessary, because you can recharge the Palm Vin the cradle. Hundreds of extra programs and games can be downloaded. If you're trying to decide which Palm to buy, I definitely recommend the V. The Vx is about the same, but it has more memory (which I don't think I'll need) and costs a lot more, the III series is great but not as sleek, and the VII has the built-in modem, which doesn't interest me much. Go for the Palm V. If you're trying to decide whether it's worth the money, the answer is a resounding YES!
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