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Sony PEG-S360 Clie Handheld

by Sony

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  • 16 MB memory stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
  • Jog Dial navigator allows you to access phone numbers, notes, and more while keeping your other hand free
  • View and edit Word and Excel documents
  • Value-added software includes Amy Reiley's Pocket Gourmet and Pocket Vineyard, gMovie for watching video clips, and StreetFinder Express
  • What's in the box: Clie Handheld, USB HotSync Cable, AC Adapter, Stylus, Installation CD-ROM, Applications Manual, Protective Cover
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Product Details

Product Manual [3.80mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 2.9 x 0.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005Y3V5
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 28, 2002

Product Description

Product Description

Sometimes you get so wrapped up in work that you forget about important obligations. With personalized audio alert & World Alarm Clock software that keeps track of multiple time zones & has a wake-up alarm, Sony's PEG-T415 Clie lets you stay on top of things. From a Palm OS« 4.1, 8MB RAM & a Memory Stick« expansion slot to Calendar, To-Do List & Spreadsheet functions, the Clie can tackle any job. And, with an infrared port & included software, it can even remotely control audio & video products.

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The Palm-powered PEG-S360 provides everything you need to stay organized and entertained. Slim and sleek, it's designed to fit your hand just as comfortably as it does your life. In addition to the 16 MB internal memory, the Memory Stick media expansion slot offers unlimited storage capability for all your favorite applications. Plus, the unique Jog Dial navigator provides easy access to your info.

The Sony Clié handheld runs on the proven, reliable Palm operating system, which means it comes complete with all the standard Palm OS applications you need for organizing your life. It comes with Date Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Mail, and Expense tools, and the Sony-enhanced Address Book that enables you to add photos to your contacts.

It also features a wide range of fun and productivity applications. View and edit Microsoft Word and Excel files on the go with Documents to Go Standard Edition. Other applications include StreetFinder Express from Rand McNally for interactive maps, Vindigo city guides, Amy Reiley's Pocket Vineyard and Pocket Gourmet, and games such as Acid Solitaire and Race Fever. Plus, the Clié is fully compatible with thousands of Palm OS add-on applications available for download.

The Sony Clié PEG-S360 comes with a number of exclusive Sony features. The Jog Dial navigator allows you to access images, phone numbers, notes, even video clips, while keeping your other hand free. And you get virtually unlimited data storage with Sony's Memory Stick removable media. Transfer digital content between your Clié handheld and other Memory Stick-compatible products, including digital cameras, digital camcorders, and PCs.

Connect to your PC and synchronize your contacts and date book using the included USB cable. You can also beam information to other Palm OS handheld owners using the IrDA infrared port.

The Sony Clié PEG-S360 is compatible with Microsoft Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000 Professional, and Me, and connects to your PC using the USB port. It comes with a USB HotSync cable, AC adapter, stylus, and protective cover.

What's in the box

  • Clie Handheld
  • USB HotSync Cable
  • AC Adapter
  • Stylus
  • Sony Clie Installation CD-ROM
  • Read This First
  • Applications Manual
  • Registration Notice
  • Graffiti Sticker
  • End User License Agreement
  • Limited Warranty Statement
  • Protective Cover

Customer Reviews

She used it for three months and then it just would not turn on.
Vicki Marshall
Appearance First of all, it was comfortable in my small hands and was light enough so it didn't feel bulky but not so light that you feel like you could drop it.
A Female High Schooler
The screen is incredibly clear, 16 meg memory, jog dial, size and weight are awesome, upgradeable with the memory stick, I could go on and on.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By J. Lara on February 19, 2002
I normally dont give entry level units 5 stars but this unit really has managed to separate itself as the KING of entry level units.
The 360 has replaced the 320 as Sony's entry level PDA. As i've said with my review of the m100 and m105 this would be a great gift to newbie's and students. Although it's a monochrome screen its still one of the more defined ones around. Its the only Clie thats 160X160 but its no big deal.
In terms of size its amazingly slim and light. Almost too light. Unlike the other clie's where the back is plastic and the front is a brushed aluminum finish the 360 is all plastic. None the less it still looks and feels good.
Other then the all plastic case, Sony has managed to keep costs low by not including a cradle and a memory stick.
I highly recommend this unit. To techie's and more experienced Palm users i would suggest going with other units but to newbies and students this is the unit to have.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 28, 2002
This is one is a doozy. Love the design, love the screen, the backlight mode is the clearest of all the mono PDAs out there, TONS of memory, a great weighted stylus . . . and so on. The reason I give this 3 stars is that this model, like all PDAs that use Lithium Ion batteries, has a serious problem of built in obsolescence. After one year, the battery will start to die, requiring longer and longer periods of charging until it is worn out. Unless you feel like doing without a tool that will no doubt have found its way into your day to day life by spending [alot of money] to send it to Sony to have the battery replaced, you will need to buy a new PDA. This is a SERIOUS flaw with all PDAs that use this battery. I, for one, don't have the income or the interest to buy a new PDA each year. There are service plans (through Best Buy, for example) that take care of this problem for a limited period of time, but overall, this is a large problem. The only way to avoid it is to go with a model that uses AAA batteries. It's inconvenient, but at least you know that you can have the same PDA for years.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Brett Blatchley on March 20, 2002
I researched PDAs for several months, wishing to upgraded from my beloved Palm IIIxe. I wanted a Reading Machine that would do PIM things well and play occasional games.
Folks, internal memory is really important these days as PalmOS programs get bigger and you want instant access to more things (like big dictionaries, maps and the like). The 360 gives you 16mb, and with Jack Flash/Jack Sprat...you can reclaim almost 2mb of the Flash memory. If you want to keep a lot of non PIM (Personal Information Management) things on your PDA, lots of internal memory beats lots of external memory (CF/Memory Stick, etc.) where "instant access" is concerned.
The memory stick is really nice. I have a 64mb stick and I've already filled it with 2 entire encyclopedias, a 120,000+ word ditionary (dictionary--not just spell-checker), and entire Linux documentation suite, several Christian Classics, 2 versions of the Bible, maps of my state down to the unnamed street level (with driving directions). And -- well, next payday, I'm getting a 128mb stick!
The unit is solid; it sits well in my hand. The flip cover, is better than I expected, but I'm getting an E&B case...any moment now.
The jogdial is wonderful for single-handed use, and the JogBack hack...turns the power-button into the back-button that Sony forgot.
The display is a bit dark, yet it displays pictures much nicer then my "lighter screened" Palm ever did (strange...). The icons are done is grayscale which is a an attractive touch. I've not used a screen protector for almost a month, and there are no scratches that I can see (and I write quite alot on it).
The speed of this display is very quick with no ghosting that I can notice, even running the included car-racing game demo.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By James Marsh on February 21, 2002
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I owned a Palm M105 for 20 days, and it broke; replaced it with a Palm M100, and it broke in 27 days. Having decided I was done with Palm I scouted the Web and decided the Clie 360 would work for me. The 360 has 16 MB of RAM. I don't know any other PDA which offers that much RAM... The 360 is rechargeable. Again, who else is offering that. The 360 also has a nice, leatherette cover, excellent styling, and a substantial feeling metal stylus. The best thing about the 360 has to be the screen. It is MUCH sharper than the screen on my Palms. There are no streaks or dark spots, and the backlighting is much better. Most other PDAs reverse the screen colors which makes the wording green. This is fine in total darkness, but in a low-light situation, it just washes out. The 360 keeps the wording in black, and uses an indiglo blue behind it. It is highly readable in all lighting situations, and in fact, unless in bright sunlight I always turn the light on. Yes, this eats battery, but since the 360 is rechargeable, that is no problem. The battery in the 360 is Lithion Ion Polymer, which my friend in the cell phone industry tells me is cutting edge. Like most other Sony products, they may not invent the product, but Sony always manages to make the product better, more useful than do the other guys.
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