Palm m125 Handheld
The Palm M125 features: Date Book, Address Book, To Do List, Clock Note Pad . Email Internet Access. Back up your Data quickly to a PC or Mac. Thousands of Software Hardware add-ons available. The Palm M125 is privately-owned has not been used at all.
Product Review Summary
26 Reviews from Epinions.com
Aug 16, 2002
m125: a college student's dream come true
Pros: universal connector-uses m5xx accessories; SD slot to add memory; compatible with m1xx cases and covers
Cons: can't upgrade to newer Palm OS; grayscale screen; replacement styli hard to find
This PDA is an excellent choice for students - if you lose or damage it, the loss won't be as great as if you'd invested in a much higher-priced model. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 25, 2002
Great Day-To-Day Organizer
Pros: Durable, SD/MMC expansion slot, Fast, Replaceable Batteries
Cons: Small Screen, No Flash Memory
If you need an organizer that works and can withstand heavy day-to-day use, look no farther. The m125 maybe a no-frills machine, but it definitely gets the job done. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 11, 2003
Palms are a must have
Pros: The downloads are great.You can find all kinds of software for them.
I thank everyone should have a Palm m125 Handheld with 8 MB Memory. I can't see how I did anything without it.It is the best. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 1, 2002
Pros: Ease of use!
Cons: Entering the data
I love my Palm! Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 4, 2001
Pros: Stylish, economical and great expansion capabilities.
Cons: No wireless capabilities built in.
Buy this handheld if you don't need or want wireless capabilities. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 5, 2001
Palms new mutt
Pros: SD Slot, Lots of memory, dual expansion, good speed and sturdy frame
Cons: price and small screen
I strongly suggest the palm m125 over the Visor NEO becuase of the less costly expandability options, free software and the more professional look as to the NEO's cheap design. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 7, 2007
The best PDA
Pros: Portable, handy, fun to have, durable
Cons: Very low memory Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 5, 2002
Palm m125 - Entry Level Palm With a Lot of Bang for the Buck
Pros: expandable, light, small, inexpensive, flip cover, uses triple A batteries
Cons: horrible backlight, stylus is hard to find in local stores, Some accessories are not available
Compared to my iPaq, this is an ugly duckling, but I use it a lot more than I EVER used by spiffy cool iPaq. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 9, 2001
Palm m125 : A Middle of the Road PDA
Pros: Good price point, durable, reliable with latest features
Cons: No color, wireless, only 8MB.
Need a PDA, but don't want to splurge on color or wireless stuff. Look at the m125. the premium over the m100 is worth it. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 8, 2002
My first PDA!!!
Pros: SD slot, universal connector, Palm OS 4.0
Cons: Small screen, only 8 MB RAM, no flash ROM, placement of SD slot on side
Much better than the m105 for not much more money, but you might want to look at the m500 as well. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 18, 2008
M125 Wonderful, But not Perfect
Pros: Small, SD Card Compatible, Sturdy Design, USB Cradle
Cons: Small screen, sometimes hard to see in dim light, problems on many units by default
Great Palm unit that works on AAA batteries and with a SD card allows one to backup the internal RAM and Restore without having to be near a Desktop computer.
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