Tungsten (English for the chemical element tungsten) was the name of a series of PDAs by the American company PalmOne, which was launched in 2002 with the Tungsten T. She stood for business-class PDAs, mostly with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
- Tungsten T: 16 MB RAM, 320x320 px display, Bluetooth, Palm OS 5.0
- Tungsten W: 16 MB storage, display 320x320 px, keyboard GSM mobile phone (Smartphone ), Palm OS 4.1.1
- Tungsten C: 64 MB storage, display 320x320 px, WiFi, keyboard, Palm OS 5.2.1
- Tungsten T2: 32 MB storage, display 320x320 px, Bluetooth, Palm OS 5.2.1
- Tungsten E: 32 MB storage, display 320x320 px, Palm OS 5.2.1
- Tungsten T3: 64 MB storage, display 320x480 px ( push ), Bluetooth, Palm OS 5.2.1
- Tungsten T5: 256 MB of memory (64 MB of standard RAM, 160 MB internal drive for any data remaining memory of the operating system ), display 320x480 px, Bluetooth, Palm OS Garnet 5.4.5
- Tungsten E2: 32 MB storage, display 320x320 px, Bluetooth, Palm OS Garnet 5.4.7
- T | X: 128 MB memory, display 320x480 px, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Palm OS Garnet 5.4.9
A model "T4" did not exist, probably because the four applicable in some Asian countries as unlucky number (see here). To the T - series include business handhelds with lots of memory and a fast processor and Bluetooth for interaction with mobile phones in particular. Therefore, a dialer and SMS application is usually included. The C- series is directed at business users who use the Organizer on the corporate network or public hotspots: Wi-Fi is built-in and an e -mail client, an HTML browser and a VPN client are already integrated into the operating system.
The E- Series is the entry-level business handhelds. In comparison to the entry-level handhelds Zire there is no camera, but a long memory and a high-resolution display ( the Tungsten E has been around since 2003, and in 2004 came the Zire 72 out who has even improved capabilities compared to the Tungsten E). With the Palm Tungsten W is trying to use a smartphone for the first time. A further development of the series is probably not to be expected since the company Palm Handspring bought up and their Treo smartphone series evolved (Treo 650 and following).
Palm T | X
Palm has on 11 October 2005 launched a new flagship model, the T | X, which can be classified in the Tungsten series due to its features. It has 128 MB RAM, a 312 MHz XScale processor (the processor was clocked lower in favor of a longer battery life than usual), Bluetooth, WiFi, infrared touch-sensitive screen with 320x480 pixels, the display is to improve the presentation, presentations and spreadsheets as well as photos and videos can also rotate. Unlike the Palm models with square screen can be here - like with the T3 and T5 - even hide the Graffiti input field to still have more effective display area. Fort Led Palm has this development of media devices the LifeDrive series.
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