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Dimensions

11.5cm x 7.8cm x 1.2cm (Length, Width, Height)

Weight

131g (including inbuilt battery and stylus)

Operating system

Palm OS 5.2.1

Processor/speed

Texus Instruments OMAP311 (ARM)
/ 126MHz

Display

16-bit, 320 x 320 transflective
TFT display with brightness control

Internal Memory

32MB RAM (of which 28.3MB is usable)

Battery

Rechargeable LithiumIon/Polymer/840mAh *

Infrared port

Yes

Expansion Slot

SD Card or Multimedia
Card

Desktop Connectivity

USB HotSync cable

Voice Recording/Playback

No

* battery is not removable

Included Applications (Palm):

  • Contacts (formerly Address)
  • Calendar (formerly Datebook)
  • Tasks (formerly Todo)
  • Memo
  • Notepad
  • Expense
  • World Clock
  • Web Pro
  • Card Info

Included Applications (Desktop):

  • Palm Desktop Version 4.1 with Quick Install, Expense, Photos and Note Pad
  • Outlook synchronization software
  • Palm Phone Link Updater

Noteworthy included Software Essentials:

  • VersaMail 2.6 (for reading/composing/sending emails)
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader for Palm OS (for reading .pdf files)
  • Palm Photos (to view photos residing in the Palm set itself or in the expansion card)
  • DataViz Documents To Go 6 (to view/create/edit word, excel and powerpoint documents. With version 6, the Palm would also be able to view/create/edit native document files, ie. .doc, .xls and .ppt.)
  • RealOne Mobile Player (to play mp3s)
  • Kinoma Player and Producer (to view videos)

Also of note is that the T|E is compatible with the new Java Virtual Machine (licensed from IBM). As stated by Palm, “Now, the more than 3 million members of the Java development community can write business applications for mobile workforces and consumer applications for gamine and information on the go, effectively increasing our development community tenfold.”

In other words, T|E users will now have more (in terms of variety and quantity) softwares to choose from.