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Popular Palm Stuff!

  • Magellan GPS Companion for Palm V/V
  • Magellan GPS Companion Springboard Module for Handspring Visor
  • Nexian Handy GPS Springboard Module
  • Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 Pocket Manager 16MB Color

    Palm m500 Handheld
    The lightweight, stylish Palm m500 handheld is expandable, customizable, and Internet capable. The Palm m500 has an expansion card slot for additional memory storage (up to 64 MB) and add-ons such as a dictionary/thesaurus, games, and more. The Palm m500 comes with all the classic personal information management tools you expect: Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Mail, and Clock. It has 8 MB of built-in memory, enough to store thousands of addresses, years of appointments, hundreds of to-do items, and more than 50 applications.
    Features:
    • Built-in 8 MB memory--stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
    • New SecureDigital/MultiMediaCard expansion slot for additional memory and functionality such as modems and cameras
    • New advanced LCD screen makes it easier to see in dim light and in bright sunlight
    • Native USB cradle allows faster HotSync operations
    • Windows and Macintosh compatible--includes desktop software for both platforms



    Palm m505 Color Handheld
    The lightweight, stylish Palm m505 handheld offers rich 16-bit color support and is expandable and customizable. The Palm m505 has an expansion card slot for additional memory storage (up to 64 MB) and add-ons such as a dictionary/thesaurus, games, and more. The Palm m505 comes with all the classic personal information management tools you expect: Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, Memo Pad, Mail, and Clock. It has 8 MB of built-in memory, enough to store thousands of addresses, years of appointments, hundreds of to-do items, and more than 50 applications.
    Features:
    • Displays over 65,000 brilliant colors--view photos, video clips, and more
    • Built-in 8 MB memory--stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
    • New SecureDigital/MultiMediaCard expansion slot for additional memory and functionality such as modems and cameras
    • Native USB cradle allows faster HotSync operations
    • Windows and Macintosh compatible--includes desktop software for both platforms



    Palm IIIxe Handheld
    Features:
    • Same size and weight as earlier Palm III models
    • 8 MB RAM (4 times that of the popular Palm IIIe handheld)
    • Long 2-month battery life
    • Easy-to-read LCD screen, even in dim light or sunshine
    • Quickly transfer data from your handheld to your PC or Macintosh



    Palm Vx Handheld
    Features:
    • 8 MB RAM
    • HotSync cradle included
    • Easily transfer data from your handheld to your PC or Macintosh
    • Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    • Stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, memos, and more



    Palm m105 Handheld
    Features:
    • 8 MB memory--stores thousands of addresses, phone numbers, appointments, and to-do items
    • Includes HotSync serial cradle to back up data to your PC or Macintosh
    • Comes with new e-mail and Mobile Internet Kit software and desktop software for both PC and Mac
    • Link to Microsoft Outlook
    • Customizable with optional snap-on faceplates



    Palm m100 Handheld
    Features:
    • Exchange and back up data with your PC or Macintosh using 1-touch synchronization
    • Stores hundreds of addresses, phone numbers, appointments, and to-do items
    • Beam information instantly via infrared port
    • Backlit display for easy readability
    • Customizable with optional snap-on faceplates



    Palm IIIc Handheld
    Features:
    • 8 MB RAM stores thousands of addresses, to-do items, memos, and more
    • Beautiful high-contrast TFT color display; includes extensive suite of color-enhanced applications
    • Long-life rechargeable lithium-ion battery
    • Easily transfer data from your handheld to your PC or Macintosh
    • PC and Macintosh compatible



    Palm VIIx Wireless Handheld
    Features:
    • 8 MB RAM, 4 times the memory of the standard Palm VII handheld
    • Stores thousands of addresses, appointments, to-do items, and memos
    • HotSync cradle makes transferring data from your handheld to your PC easy and convenient
    • Provides instant access to the Internet, e-mail, and messaging
    • Wireless connectivity requires Palm.net service, featuring several monthly subscription options



    Kodak PalmPix Digital Camera for Palm m100 series Handhelds - Features:
    • Digital camera for Palm m100 handheld--snap the PalmPix to the bottom of handheld
    • 640 x 480 resolution
    • 2x digital zoom
    • Images stored in JPEG, BMP, or PICT format--Mac and PC compatible
    • Transfer images to your desktop PC or laptop using HotSync cradle



    Kodak Dock V Digital Camera Adapter
    Features:
    • Connect your Palm V or V.x handheld to a Kodak PalmPix digital camera
    • Easily snaps on and off a Palm Handheld V or V.x to mimic the Palm III serial connector
    • Allows you to share a Palm III series cradle
    • Lightweight and easy to use



    Psion 56k Travel Modem
    Features:
    • V.90, 56 Kbps infrared modem
    • For Psion Revo, Series 5, Series 5mx, Series 7, Palm connected organizers, and Handspring Visors
    • EasySwitch modem software for international travel
    • Works with ordinary telephone jack
    • Runs 4 hours on 2 AA batteries



    Xircom SpringPort Modem 56 GlobalACCESS Module for Handspring Visor
    Features:
    • High-speed 56 Kbps modem for your Handspring Visor fits in Springboard expansion slot
    • Access the Internet and receive and send e-mail
    • Synchronize Visor remotely
    • Communicate with your company intranet while away from the office
    • Connection software contained in module and automatically installed on Handspring



    OmniSky Minstrel V Wireless Modem for Palm V
    Features:
    • Add wireless connectivity to your Palm V series handheld
    • Sleek, compact design specifically created to dock with Palm V series handheld
    • Send and receive e-mail, access the Internet, and send faxes
    • Content from almost 1,000 sites optimized for the Palm handheld
    • Requires $39.95 monthly unlimited usage service plan



    Palm IIIc Auto/Air Recharger Kit
    Features:
    • Charge your Palm IIIc handheld while on the road
    • For use in the car or on an airplane
    • Fits into a standard DC outlet or cigarette lighter
    • Small and light
    • Includes custom-designed travel bag



    Suggested Reading

    Palm Organizers Visual QuickStart Guide
    The book keeps its focus on organizers that run on the Palm OS. Although this obviously includes the various PalmPilot models, it also covers the Handspring Visor, the IBM WorkPad, and the TRGPro. Author Jeff Carlson could've done a better job of delineating the subtle differences between these devices, as How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld did. But he does a good job of providing detailed usability and productivity tips, such as how to improve the accuracy of the Palm OS Graffiti handwriting recognition tool.


    PalmPilot: The Ultimate Guide (2nd Edition)
    The best general-interest book about that most-adored Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) clearly came about from a lot of thought and effort. With a book richer in facts and better focused than the original edition, PalmPilot: The Ultimate Guide shows David Pogue's thoughtful consideration of his dedicated audience. Of course, Pogue includes information on the Palm IIIx, Palm V, and Palm VII. (And it's substantive information too, not the jive stuff--derived from press releases--that many books pass off as "coverage.") He also shows how to take advantage of recent advancements in Macintosh connectivity and brings in a Linux expert to show how to HotSync under that environment. He pays extra attention to the burgeoning universe of AportisDoc publications and helps untangle the confusion over getting your e-mail via your Palm.


    How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld
    This guide takes the approach that handheld computers based on the Palm operating system are so user-friendly and crash-proof that it's useless to spend a lot of time telling you how to get it to work. Rather, How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld is more of a taskmaster, leading you through such productivity tips as tracking expenses, planning trips, and using the Palm as a business productivity software suite. Though the book is weighted heavily toward the PalmPilot, it is targeted toward users of all devices based on the Palm OS, such as the IBM WorkPad, the Qualcomm pdQ, and the Handspring Visor, to which the authors devote an entire chapter. What Dave Johnson and Rick Broida do best is explain how to get the most out of those features you probably gave only a cursory glance to.


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