palmOne Tungsten T Highlights
palmOne Tungsten T Technical Specifications
|Dimensions||102.0 x 75.0 x 15.0 in|
|CPU Type||Texas Instruments OMAP 1510|
|CPU Frequency||144 MHz|
| ||- Databus Width: 32 bit|
- CPU Core: ARM925T
- Level 1 cache: 8KB data cache / 16 KB instruction cache
- Instruction Set: ARMv4T
|Coloured||Yes, 65536 colours (16BPP)|
|OS Version||Palm OS 5|
| ||- 3.5mm jack|
|SD (Secure Digital)||Yes|
|Battery Amperage||900 mAh|
palmOne Tungsten T opinions and reviews - click to read all
|Reviewer: Didar singh|
Date: 09 Jan 2013, 17:27 GMT
Since2003,I am using palmone.In the begnning it was fine machine in its sphere.Slowlyafter it starting developing some problems especially touch screen. Right&left side of the screen stop touch functioning.Middle portion is alright.Rest of the set is fine.
|Reviewer: Paul Henke|
Date: 22 Sep 2012, 08:38 GMT
Had TungstenE2 for about 10yrs,had screen misalignment problems but otherwise great. Where do I get a new compatable machine that I can transfer info across and how much.
|Reviewer: Stella Stangle|
Date: 09 Oct 2011, 00:57 GMT
How do I find a replacement for my computer upload connector?
|Reviewer: john knowles|
Date: 12 Jun 2011, 20:43 GMT
Battery life is winnowing down. How do I get replacement? Also leather slide on cover is wearing out at slide. How do I get a new one? Thanks.
|Reviewer: Palm Maven|
Date: 08 Aug 2009, 15:24 GMT
Have had the Tungsten T since 2002--love it! Feels good in your hand, always reliable, allows you to draw, record, etc. Interfaces well with my Mac, too. The Palm calendar software is much slicker than iCal. Would be great to have a Tungsten T with an unlocked phone on board! The Pre just doesn't have the quality feel of the Tungsten T--plus I hate the idea of being locked into any carrier. iPhone is great, but is out of the question for me until it's decoupled from AT&T. Maybe I'll browse eBay and see what Palm phones are available meanwhile!