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Palm Tungsten T5 HandHeld Organizer

2.4 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Brand Name: Palm
  • Model Number: P1035ML
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

With great amount of storage, the Tungsten T5 handheld from palmOne lets you carry more and do more. Word documents. Spreadsheets. PowerPoint presentations. Photos. MP3s. The works. And because it's flash memory, all that information is saved even if the power runs down when you're on the go and don't have time to recharge or synchronize. Better yet, the stunning 320 x 480 color screen lets you see more in both landscape and portrait modes. The real beauty of the Tungsten T5? You can transfer files and even whole folders from your desktop to your handheld, so you have what you need on the road, in a meeting, or when working from home. Even use it like a USB removable drive to work on those files on another computer. Just when you're thinking there couldn't be room for anything more, with built-in Bluetooth wireless technology you can check email and connect to the Internet on the go. All this and the Tungsten T5 still fit right in your pocket.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 0.6 x 3.1 x 4.8 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000672QAE
Item model number P1035ML
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2.4 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #63 in Electronics > Office Electronics > PDAs, Handhelds & Accessories > PDAs & Handhelds
Date first available at Amazon.com January 19, 2006

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This product will not HotSync with Windows 7...64
You need an older version of Windows to use this Palm.
I tried every thing that support told me to do but in the end
I had to return this item. I would like to have known this before
I ordered it. My money was refunded but not the shipping cost. Also
had to pay to ship it back.
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Next to me and my steth, this Palm is my best tool at work. I use it as an alarm, to schedule my life and sync to my other computers, I can use docs and spreadsheets to multitask while waiting for something or on the bus, I can look up drugs or other words in my PDA Taber's or PDA Lippincott drug book, I can use a 5-minute clinical to help with diagnosing, I can play video games, listen to music, and there's even features I haven't explored yet wrt email and phone. It's amazing. It has BlueTooth (sp), and ... well, I really really really appreciate having it. It will be a profound asset as I continue in my nursing studies through RN to APRN and maybe even a PhD at UW.
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The Palm Tungsten T5 ... came quickly, after a couple days I found out how to reset the palm pilot though the reset hole on the back. The palm pilot comes with a stylus on the side that can be used to type things in, write things in (which can convert to typed), and the black end cap can come off to be used in the reset hole. The Hot Sync cables, CD, and Charger were nice additions, but some other things like the cradle kit, and two items that look simular to outlet covers that it came with I don't know what their used for. Extra memory would be helpfull which I sent for. I don't know yet if I could use more than 1GB of memory with it, in a review about a memory card somebody who had a Tungsten T3 couldn't use more than 1.5GB with their palm pilot, but said other Tungstens were allright. The product was labeled used but, in very good condition and I believe that it was refering to the old software. The date before the palm pilot was reset was June 2004. Text documents can be converted through Microsoft Office Word 2007, and the "find" feature can be very beneficial. It came with software to store music, calender -apointments with alarm features, web features, world clock, Bluetooth features, contacts, several word processers, and it looks like headphones can be connected to it
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I started using Linux professionally in 1998, @127.1.1.0 since 1995. Love my gadgets, have three androids and am constantly using them all. Cameras, my sansa express mp3/fm/digi record/USB key with expansion slot, and my oldest gadget my purchased and first used in 2004 Palm Tungsten T5. Still very useful.

First of all, drive mode and expansion SD card slot. Mp3 player is limited but functional, good phones equal decent audio.

Portable keyboards rule, you can get some data/text entry done with stuff from the inside pockets of yer sportscoat or a small corner of a shoulder bag.

Bluetooth is dated on mine but still cool. Took over fifteen minutes to send "As a Man Thinketh" audio book from my debian GNU/Linux box to my palm but it arrived.

Haven't gotten vt100 to work with USB or BT yet, but I haven't tried that hard either.

Bluetooth sync rules, Palm plays well with GNU/Linux-ish systems as well as less capable and pricier freedom limiting operating systems. :) (No Bias Here, eh?)

Mine has been dropped on asphalt more times than I care to remember. My first memo is dated 6-8-04 from my car selling days. I had three other palm devices before this one including the Zire.

Loved them all, gave them away to friends or co-workers when I upgraded.

Any Palm is useful because of the input capabilities. Bluetooth and IR are cool, but graffitti makes the game. A keyboard can be very affordable and portable as well.

So you can create/edit text documents almost anywhere without breaking out a netbook or sitting down at a desk.

Other capabilities are simply bonuses. Paid and free apps, ability to work with different PC operating systems, and durable as heck.
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Worked fine until I took it off the charger. I figured it wasn't fully charged, but the truth was it had to be plugged in to work. Charged it for 2 days straight and made different changes to settings and added stuff onto it, but as soon as I unplugged it it erased everything and reset all settings. Also the software disk it came with to load onto the computer so you could it with your computer said it didn't work with Windows 7 or 8.
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Could not get the Tungsten T5 to go beyond the starting screen. No simple instructions provided. Need to download an incredibly long PDF document. Stylus did not come out of its location in one piece. I have had an older version of the Palm which I have enjoyed. This was a total disappointment. I will look for a way to download my information into another device if possible.
the experience in fact was disgusting. The box had missing parts (one of which was the manual), another was the charger. Apparently this was a return that was turned around and sent to us. Its more the supplier than the mfg at fault. The unit never worked .who wants a product that off the shelf does not light. rac
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