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Palm Tungsten E2 Handheld
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- 320x320 Transflective TFT color display with touchscreen, supports more than 65,000 colors
- Built-in Bluetooth technology for connecting to compatible wireless devices, such as mobile phones, laptops, and printers
- Powerful, yet affordable, with 32 MB of memory (26 MB actual storage capacity)
- Create and edit Word, Excel, Adobe PDF, and PowerPoint compatible files
- Supports SD, SDIO and MultiMediaCard expansion-cards to add extra memory, features or content
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- Calendar Date book Contacts Address book Tasks To do list Memos Freeform text notes NotePad Write on the screen Media view photos and videos RealPlayer for Palm² Music and other audio, MP3 Web Web browser, for use with mobile phone Bluetooth® Manager Wireless connection manager Calculator Basic World Clock What time is it around the world? Expense Business or travel expenses Favorites Customizable list of applications, files and folders Prefs Global settings for your handheld HotSync® Synchronization Card Info SD/MMC expansion card info Quick Tour Learn about your handheld 2 - Requires SD expansion card Software Installation CD Palm® Desktop software Personal Information Manager software for desktop computer DataViz© Documents To Go Professional Edition Create and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint compatible files Adobe® Reader® for Palm OS View PDF documents on handheld³ - info VersaMail© Email PalmSourceTM SMS Short messaging HandmarkTM Solitaire Game Power by Hand eReader Read eBooks from the Palm eBook store AdditTM Try & buy Palm's software connection Quick Install Windows - install aplications instantly Send To Handheld droplet Mac - install applciations instantly RealPlayer Windows - companion for handheld's RealPlayer Windows Media Player/DirectX Windows - play and convert videos for handheld QuickTime Play and convert videos for handheld
From the Manufacturer
See a detailed digram of the E2's features.
Of course, it wouldn't be a palmOne handheld if we didn't push the boundaries of what a handheld can do. That's why we included Bluetooth wireless technology for wireless connectivity. Now working and communicating will be that much easier. Taking work to go? View and even edit spreadsheets and word processing documents right on your handheld. Plus you can sync your calendar and contacts from Outlook. And don't forget to grab your MP3 tunes. You're going places.
Brighter, richer color display: See your information clearly indoors and out. Brighter display, better color saturation brings photos and videos to life.
Non-volatile, flash memory: There's more than enough room to hold your calendar, contacts, applications, photos, and even your spreadsheets or presentations. And because it's flash memory, the information on your
handheld is protected -- even if you're on the go and don't have time to recharge.
Built-In Bluetooth: Stay connected. With built-in Bluetooth wireless technology, you can synchronize with your
desktop without wires getting in the way. Use your Tungsten E2 handheld with a compatible
phone to send email and text messages, or to check news headlines on the Web.
Documents To Go: Productivity in your pocket. The Tungsten E2 comes with Documents To Go, which lets you
carry Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files-so you can be more productive wherever you are. And with a simple conversion step, you can even view Acrobat PDFs.
Top Customer Reviews
1. For most of the things that anyone does with a Palm, it works great. In other words, the PIM features work great, and the direct synchronization with Outlook is fantastic (and a new feature only on the past few Palm devices).
2. The hardware and "fit" of the device is great. This is the latest in the "Palm V" model and it shows. No gimmicks, just a good device fit and design wise.
3. The Bluetooth feature is great, if you need/want it. Setting up PC Bluetooth sync is easy if you follow the manual and the wizard on the device.Read more ›
Now it's two months later and I can't imagine living without it. I'm a college teacher, with lots of faculty meetings to track, plus a freelance business, and the usual dentist and car appointments. I used to keep a paper "to do" list in my shirt pocket, but it doesn't ring if I forget to scan it several times a day. In short, my life is so busy that I was beginning to drop appointments.
I'm happy to report that this tungsten e2 syncs perfectly with Microsoft Outlook 2002. There are a few minor anomalies, but nothing that is a deal breaker. I was disturbed at first to discover that the thing is never really off. I would have liked to be able to totally turn it off when I had no appointments coming up, to save juice. However I've found that this is a none issue. It runs for at least 4 days, sometimes a week and a half before needing a charge.
The operating system seems quite solid. It locks up maybe once every 2 to 3 weeks, but that requires just a tap of a pen on the reset button on the back, and it comes back all happy in a couple seconds. When I was installing third party software every couple days it would lock up more frequently, but I've got everything I need now, and things have settled down.
I don't use it for email, or for surfing the net. I have a laptop for that, and I didn't want to pay an extra hundred for the wifi card.Read more ›
The Tungsten E was a breakthrough in its time, a beautiful piece of engineering with a high-quality color screen and a rock-bottom price of 199 clams. Its main drawbacks -- it's paltry 32MB Ram and it's lack of built-in wireless capabilities -- could be fixed with add-on cards.
But two years is a long-time in electronics land. Since then, Apple released the iPod mini, which will store the contacts most people use Palms for, plus hold 4GB worth of tunes, for the same price. It's also far smaller than a Palm.
Meanwhile, folks who want the more sophisticated functions that a Palm can deliver -- like medical imaging etc. for docs, photos, sophisticated calculator, email and web surfing on the go -- found the Tungsten E outclassed by Blackberry's, upgraded cell phones, Palm's own Treo and the like.
So it was odd, and frankly disappointing, to get a look at the new, pricier Tungsten E2. I'd love to see the market research that suggested they could raise prices with a minimal feature upgrade while the competish has been eating their lunch. After a two-year wait, they didn't even increase the 32 MB memory. They merely made it non-volatile flash (something they should have done long, long ago). At a time when Apple is selling a 1GB shuffle for $149 and flash memory is dirt cheap, it's mind-boggling why Palm would choose to link the E2's fabulous hi-res screen to low-rent memory.
As for what you still don't get: There is no phone, no camera, no thumbpad, no WiFi.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was for my husband. He calls it his brain. He refuses to learn to use his smartphone for all the things this does so we had to find him a new one when his 3rd old one quit. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Elizabeth A. Morgan
Nearly 6 years after hanging up my screen-cracked m515 for a vintage Thinkpad I snapped up this E2 from PDA King for $18.05 -- free postage and arrived in three days! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trudi
Palm software can no longer be backed up on Windows & or more recent OS. So when your Palm dies, so do all your contacts and your entire calendar. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bob_E
I still like to organize my work life on this, It's easier -- less distractions from my personal life.Published 4 months ago by Georgia
If it had solitaire without the download it would have been a 5. Glad I can still get one.Published 4 months ago by KH
This was an attempt to get a working model of old technology I've used for 10 years. It worked, then it failed, just like the one it was replacing. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Linda Yoder
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