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  1. PalmOne m100 Handheld
    PalmOne m100 Handheld
    PalmOne m100 Handheld
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  2. PalmOne m100 Handheld

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    Delivery: 10-20 Working Days
    Customer Ratings (210 reviews)
    Price R1187.00

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Product Description

  • 2 MB memory stores hundreds of addresses, phone numbers, appointments, and to-do items
  • Exchange and back up data with your PC or Macintosh using 1-touch synchronization
  • Synchronize with Palm Desktop software; also includes link to Microsoft Outlook
  • Includes one-touch clock and Note Pad application for writing "sticky notes" on screen
  • Add optional keyboard, backup module, or Kodak PalmPix digital camera; customizable with optional snap-on faceplates
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Specifications

Country
USA
Binding
Office Product
Brand
Palm
EAN
0662705365909
Label
Palm
Manufacturer
Palm
Model
3C80700U
MPN
3C80700U
PartNumber
3C80700U
Platform
Mac OS 9 and below
Publisher
Palm
Size
m100
Studio
Palm
Warranty
1 Year Limited
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I Recently bought the M100 after comparing the IIIE, IIIXE and Handspring Visor Models. What made me buy the Palm M100. Three reasons. 1. Palm's reputation of quality, and the look. I'm sorry but it's cool. Sure the screen is a bit smaller, but I'm not writing War and Peace on this thing! 2. The fact that I only wanted to replace my organizer and have room for a couple of games. Actually I have over 15 games on this along with a good chunk of info and still have over 75% of memory. Sure 8 mb is nice to have, but it's also another $100 bucks. I can't see myself spending more money on additional game-boy like cartridges. Sure for developers and heavy power users the visor is probably the way to go, but I didn't like the fact I had to pay $179 for a visor and another 30 bucks to serial link it with my older computer. That's $209 plus tax to start versus $149 for the Palm. Moreover, the Visor 8mb would have been over $279 dollars vs. $149 just to start out. FORGET IT. Like I... Read more
I am a computer programmer. Yet I hate to deal with complicated interfaces. I want to press as few buttons as possible to get the job done. This Palm, or any other Palm allows you to do what you want without fuss. With a Palm organizer, you spend far more time using the device than in the care and feeding of the device.
Where this one does well is that it is a perfect entry-level organizer for people who have been put off by the high price of, say, a Palm Vx. It is simple. It is clean. My mom could use it.
Most people need a basic organizer, with maybe, one extra application. For them, this Palm shines. 2MB is a whole lot of memory unless you want to jam half-a-dozen AvantGo channels into it.
That said, the flip cover looks really cheap and does not snap to the bottom of the device. It does not add much protective value to the device. The plastic casing seems sturdy. Mine has already withstood a 7 foot drop onto carpeting with not a scratch. The screen... Read more
All things considered, the M100 is remarkably similar to the Palm IIIe and also to the Handspring Visor. They all run the Palm OS, have 2MB of RAM, and are powered by AAA batteries. They also all sell for $149. But the monochrome screen on the M100 is just 2 inches square--almost a half inch smaller than the Palm IIIe's screen. It's still large enough to be useful, but it feels cramped.
The M100 does have two handy additions to the Palm formula: the first is an integrated clock, and the other is a piece of software designed to replace Memo Pad. This feature, called Note Pad, allows you to draw and take notes directly on the screen rather than using Graffiti to enter text. I found it very handy for jotting down a phone number, which you can later transcribe with Graffiti. Don't think you must get an M100 to do this, though; third-party software, such as BugMe can do essentially the same thing on any Palm OS device.
By far the most appealing change is the small,... Read more
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