Advantages Very easy to use, doesn't crash, lots of free software available
Disadvantages Screen not as good as more expensive models, has built in battery
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I have had this little PDA for just over three years now, and I'm very pleased with it.
I got it for about £50 in the clearout section of PC world when I was looking for a replacement for my old Sharp organiser.
Backing up to the PC is so easy. Just connected it to the USB lead, press one button on the Palm, wait a few seconds, and it's done.
The palm application on the PC is also very useful for entering a lot of data (or copy/paste from other PC applications).
The screen is not as good as the more expensive models, and not particularly high resolution. Photos, for example, look horrible!
But for most applications it is fine and easy to read.
The battery tends to last about a week. I've heard that it's better if you keep topping it up each day - but I keep forgetting! I've not had the battery run out on me yet, but come close a few times.
It's a shame you can't get new batteries, or use rechargable ones in this PDA, though.
I dropped it once and the case came apart at the side. But I pushed it back together and it's been fine since.There are tons of free applications you can get on the web. The most useful ones I've found are:
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