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Does the TE get enough of these hand-me downs to make it a great device? Processor: 126MHz Texas Instruments OMAP 311 ARM Processor Operating System: Palm OS software version v.5.2.1 Memory: Total 32 MB (28.6 MB available) Display: TFT color display with backlight, 320 x 320, 65,000 colors Interface: USB (for Hot Sync® operation), Infrared Dimensions and Weight: 4.5 x 3.1 x 0.5in, 4.6 oz.(including stylus) Power: 120VAC, 60Hz Battery: 840m Ha Lithium-ion polymer rechargeable battery (internal – non user removable) Expansion: SD card slot (Secure Digital), supports MMC and SDIO cards Included in the Tungsten|E’s packaging is the handheld itself, USB Hot Sync cable, AC adapter, leather flip cover, installation CD-ROM, and instruction manuals.
* The current production cable for the Tungsten T5 is no longer compatible with the Axcess system.The left side of the PDA has a thin slit that can accommodate the included leather flip cover, while the right side has the stylus silo.See, I told you it reminded me of the m500 series devices. The reset switch is located on the back of the PDA, along with the speaker holes.The flash drive must then be inserted in the Axcess E Power Source and machine power must be cycled for updates to commence.Close all internet browser windows that are communicating with the Axcess E prior to download. Download Latest Software Update The following will work, but are no longer manufactured and requires serial cradle, Miller # 214611, also no longer manufactured.On the other hand, sound quality through earphones is GREAT! I don’t get it Palm, if you call your connector ‘universal’, then why isn’t it used throughout your product line?
As it is, you will be unable to use all of the great accessories that are already on the market.
Today we will take a close look at Palm’s middle child: the Tungsten|E.
Like all middle children, they receive some hand-me downs from their older siblings.
The plastic see-thru packaging, lets you know right away that the TE is a product that has value as one of its top objectives.
Just looking at the PDA through the package, I was sure that it was going to be a light weight and cheap feeling device.
I actually like this flip cover much better than the one included with the T3. The included stylus is similar to the same ones included with the m500. The speaker on the TE is ok, but not near as deafening as the one on the new T3. The top of the TE has the power button, IR port, SD slot and earphone jack.