It has 32 megabytes of memory, a Texas Instruments OMAP (ARM) 126 MHz processor, a 2 1/8 x 2 1/8 inch (54 x 54 mm) transreflective TFT screen, and runs Palm OS 5.2.1., separated from Guangdong's Leizhou Peninsula by the Qiongzhou Strait, is the largest island under PRC control (Taiwan, which is slightly larger, is also claimed but not controlled by the PRC) and makes up the majority of the province.With the exception of the Tungsten W, all Tungsten PDAs run Palm OS 5 "Garnet" on an ARM processor and have non-user-replaceable lithium-ion batteries.Some users replace battery packs with third-party units.The other major cities are Wenchang, Qionghai, Wanning, Wuzhishan, Dongfang, and Danzhou.According to China's controversial territorial claims several territories in the South China Sea, including the Nansha and Xisha Islands, The provincial name derives from its major island, Hainan, which is named for its position south of the Qiongzhou Strait. I need your assistance to find and to install the appropriate software so I can synchorinise with my Palm One Tungsten E2 and to be able to access the info on my PC too.I would also please request indication of any setup/configuration that could be needed.
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Review summary Palm's Tungsten E is aimed at budget-minded mobile professionals, especially those still tapping away on a trusty Palm V or Palm Vx.
But it's sure to have even broader appeal when consumers consider this lightweight, slick-looking handheld comes with a great screen, an expansion slot, and multimedia capabilities for less than 0.
The expansion slot is SDIO compatible, opening the door to forthcoming accessories such as cameras and wireless adapters.
An AC adapter is included for recharging the internal lithium-ion battery.