Tag Archives: Zire Handheld

Is It Back To Basics For The PDA?

By | January 7, 2004

What do you want in a PDA? The Register carries a story that seems to belie the conventional wisdom that folk want everything in one device. It quotes Jupiter Research as saying that vendors are getting it wrong by focusing on the high-end, convergent devices, when actually they should be looking at the low-end, just-give-me the basics, market.… Read More »

Palm Cradle Or Orthotic Pregnancy Band?

By | December 11, 2003

Palm, or palmOne to be precise, have just come out with the new Mini Cradle, “perfect for holiday gift-giving”. So what’s different about the Mini Cradle and your normal cradle? It has, according to the press release, “a unique, modern design complete with built-in lighting and a silver metallic base. The illumination provides users with positive confirmation that… Read More »

Update: The New Palms. They’re Out

By | October 1, 2003

 As threatened, Palm have released new models: the Tungsten T3 handheld, “for the most demanding professionals who need a best-in-class colour and wireless handheld”, the Palm Tungsten E handheld, for “cost-conscious professionals who need premium power and performance”.       The Tungsten T3 handheld is Palm?s first device that supports a ultra high-resolution colour screen in landscape,… Read More »

Update: More Tungstens To Go

By | September 25, 2003

 Amazingly, Palm are releasing another batch of Tungstens. It seems only yesterday they were doing the same thing. (Actually it was two months ago.) Anyway, The Register got a scoop by scanning local stores’ websites, which mistakenly posted details of the products before their October 1 release date.   In short, we have two models, the Tungsten T3… Read More »

Update: Time For New Palms Again?

By | September 3, 2003

 From the rumour mill, here’s a report on the next line of Palms. These guys are on fire. The Tungsten E will have a sleek metal finish, and looks like a cross between the m515 and Zire 71. It will have separate power and mini USB cable connections for syncing, similar to the original Zire. It may retail… Read More »