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PalmPilot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The PalmPilot Personal and PalmPilot Professional are the second generation of Palm PDA devices produced by Palm Inc (then a subsidiary of U.S. Robotics).

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R.I.P. Palm: A History of the Smartphone/PDA Pioneer ...

The very first Palm handheld devices came out nearly 15 years ago, in 1996. The Pilot 1000 and Pilot 5000 wowed the world with their 16MHz Motorola processor, 160x160 ...

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Is the Palm Pilot Ready for a Comeback? | Variety

Palm is being brought back from the dead. Chinese electronics maker TCL, which spent considerable coin to rename Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, has ...

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Palm Pilot - Free downloads and reviews - CNET Download.com

palm pilot free download - Palm Desktop, BDicty for Palm OS, PocketChess Deluxe for Palm OS, and many more programs

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What Is a Palm Pilot? | Techwalla.com

HotSyncing Data. Another revolutionary feature of the Palm Pilot was its HotSync capability. After using your Palm to collect data or take notes during a meeting, you ...

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Palm (PDA) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Initial development. Pilot was the name of the first generation of personal digital assistants manufactured by Palm Computing in 1996 (by then a division of U.S. Robotics

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USRobotics PalmPilot Personal review - engadget.com

As far as we've come in the 16 years since the release of the original Pilot, it's also remarkable how much hasn't changed. The screens have gotten better ...

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