The Palm IIIx organiser gives you twice the memory of other Palm devices, an advanced LCD screen for razor-sharp clarity, and a free memory slot – it will carry thousands of names, addresses, phone numbers, appointments, to-do’s, and e-mail, right at your fingertips. The Palm IIIx organiser is small, smart, easy-to-use and totally connected to your desktop PC.
Forget messy paper schedules, to-do lists and sticky notes. The Palm IIIx organiser will simplify your life.
– Shirt-pocket size at just 4.7″ tall and 6oz.
– High-contrast display for easy viewing in bright sunlight; backlit for low-light conditions.
– Flexible memory stores up to 6,000 addresses, five years of appointments, 1,500 to-do items, 1,500 memos, 200 e-mail messages and third-party applications.
– Palm Mail works with leading e-mail applications including: Qualcomm Eudora, Lotus cc:Mail, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook Express and Windows Messaging.
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