Palm m505 Handheld
The new Palm m505 handheld opens a world of possibilities. It has rich, 65,000 color support and is completely customizable, thanks to two... Read More
The new Palm m505 handheld opens a world of possibilities. It has rich, 65,000 color support and is completely customizable, thanks to two expansion features. The standard Secure Digital/MultiMediaCard slot and the Palm Universal Connector let you add storage, applications, content, and add-ons, like a portable keyboard, wireless modem, camera, and more. Right out of the box you can use your Palm m505 handheld to manage your e-mail1, view and edit spreadsheets2 and documents2; view eBooks, video clips3 and photos3, or browse Web content offline4. Palm Mobile Connectivity software (included) offers wireless connectivity to the Internet; simply connect your Palm m505 Internet; simply connect your Palm m505 mobile phone. Plus, enjoy fast HotSync® operations with the new native USB cradle with battery charger. If you're trying to keep pace with the demands of the mobile workplace, this is the handheld for you. Minimize
Product Review Summary
93 Reviews from Epinions.com
Apr 8, 2001
State of the Art
Pros: Expansion Slot, Reasonably Priced Color, Updated Palm OS, New Apps
Cons: Needs An Enhanced, Brighter Color Screen Without Sacrificing Battery Life
State of the art. The only "fault" I can really find is the brightness of the screen and I suspect that was a tradeoff for longer battery life. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 23, 2001
Palm m505 - the best yet...
Pros: Slim/Lightweight, Color Screen, Rechargeable, USB, Palm OS 4, Expansion
Cons: Slight dim screen, no hardware for SD/MMC clot
The m505 is the perfect PDA, with a good color screen and slim, good looking design, I highly recommend it! Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 13, 2001
Organize Me Baby!
Pros: USB Cradle, Color Screen, Expansion Slots, Sleek and Small.
Cons: Price of $449.
Great choice in an ever-expanding market. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 28, 2001
Palm M505--Color My World, This Thing is Great
Pros: Great form factor, good expansion and color, ergonomic.
Cons: No brightness control, minor difficulty with expansion card, delicate hotsync connection.
The best PDA in the color 'space' today, for reasons I specify in this review. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 23, 2001
Too much power for the palm of your hand!
Pros: Expandable, Internet-Capable in Brilliant Color
This brand new product from the company that brought Palm Pilots I-V is sure to knock your socks off, and no function was forgotten when creating this masterpiece! Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 1, 2001
Give me the 505
Pros: Size, color abilities, expandable, sleek design.
Cons: Screen could be a little brighter.
This is my entry into the PDA world and the m505 has proved its worth. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 23, 2002
beautiful piece or portable hardware
Pros: Great look, easy to carry around, lovely color
Cons: Doesn't come with computer compatible programs like word or excel.
The Palm m505 is very easy to use and has great programs. You should Definitely have one for both games or business. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 20, 2001
Palm finally hits the mark!
Pros: Small, Thin form factor, Long-Life Rechargable Battery, Mac Support, FAST USB Connection, Brilliant Color Screen
Cons: Slightly Dim Screen, Not very many SD/MMC Cards currently available
The Palm m505 is a near-perfect choice for anyone seeking a high-quality, top-end unit. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 19, 2002
Great Toy for Adults
Pros: Expandability. Color. Price
Cons: Bit hard to read in bright light
The price is right for the 505. It's ease of expandability puts it in the same boat as the 515 Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 15, 2001
Perfect PDA that's not a hassle to carry with you everywhere.
Pros: Small and Solid. Vibrating Alarm. Very Long Battery Life.
Cons: Screen may be Dim in a few situations.
This is the only truly practical color PDA. Read More at Epinions.com
May 12, 2001
Don't Judge a Palm by its Screen
Pros: Small, stylish form factor; long battery life; expansion capabilities; USB cradle included; bonus software
Cons: screen just a little dim but not bad
It's the PDA to use for those wanting color. Period. Read More at Epinions.com