Palm has finally released a true Personal Digital Assistant returning to their core business and the PDA is called a Palm Z22 Handheld. Palm has always been great at this type of product but has strayed over the last few years.
For under $100, the Palm Z22 delivers what you would expect for an entry level PDA. If you’re not sure a PDA would work for you, the price is right to test a true PDA. This Palm does not come with “advanced” features such as wireless (802.11a/b/g or bluetooth), larger or better display, ability to extend memory and hifi quality audio (hence “entry level PDA”).
If you’re still using a paper planner, maybe it’s time to catch up with technology and upgrade to the affordable and easy-to-use Palm Z22 handheld. It enables you to keep your entire day-to-day schedule and contact information at hand and in your pocket–no more flipping through multiple pages, looking for scraps of paper or keeping track of to-do lists. And you won’t have to enter the same thing twice–once on the computer and once in your planner, as you can easily make updates on your computer and synchronize data to the Palm Z22 in just a minute or two.
This handheld features a 32 MB of flash memory (20 MB accessible for file and software storage), Palm OS 5.4 (Garnet), a fast 200 MHz ARM-based processor, and an internal rechargeable battery (that can be charged via the included AC adapter or via the USB cable connected to your PC).
Weighing just over 3 ounces and about the same size as a deck of playing cards, the Palm Z22 is compact and stylish with a white front and translucent blue backing. Small enough to fit into any purse, backpack or back pocket, it boasts a bright, 160 x 160-pixel color touchscreen display, which provides easy readability of names, addresses, and appointments. You can even color-code appointments for improved organization, and view and carry pictures of friends and family wherever you go.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)