Palm IIIx Handheld

Best Palm IIIx accessories I choose for you:

(Genuine leather case for carrying your Palm attached to your belt. I have it.)

(Comfortable, elegant, protective...)

(Bestselling keyboard for Palm III series. Lightweight and easy to carry.)

(Much better for traveling and for connecting your Palm with other computer)

and
 (Rechargeable batteries can be real money saver.)

(14.400 bps modem to go online with Palm III, IIIx, IIIe, IIIxe, IIIc, VII, VIIx.)

Software:

(Best Office replacement for Palm OS - have Word and Excel on your PDA)

(Access your Quicken data wherever you go.)

(Draw notes, set reminders - quick and easy...)

Books:

(You'll be amazed what your PDA is capable of doing.)


Palm IIIx Technical data
  • Size: 4.7 by 3.2 by 0.7
  • Weight: 6 ounces
  • CPU: Motorola DragonBall EZ, 16 MHz
  • Power: 2 AAA batteries (included)
  • Battery life: 8 to 12 weeks
  • Display: Enhanced LCD for improved viewing at angles and in various light conditions
  • Connectivity: Serial port for HotSync cradle; infrared transceiver for other compatible devices; and TCP/IP software for connecting to the Internet
  • Flash memory: Supported
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Hardware: HotSync cradle with serial cable; 9-to-25 pin serial (DB-25) adapter; and protective cover
  • Software: Palm IIIx Organizer applications (date book, address book, mail, to-do list, memo pad, expense calculator, games, and more); PC Desktop applications plus Microsoft Outlook conduit, Excel 5.0 expense report templates, and support for drag-and-drop links to Microsoft Word and Excel; Palm OS 3.1; and bonus-pack software
    If your Palm OS software is 3.0 or 3.1, you may upgrade it for free to Palm OS 3.3. More...

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