PalmOne LifeDrive or Palm Tungsten T5?

If you're choosing between getting the Palm T5 or the Palm LifeDrive, here's what people say online.

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The PalmOne LifeDrive can be slow or sluggish, has a dim screen and does not have a user-replaceable battery, but it has a lot of room for storage. It's quite expensive, but if you're the type that goes for multimedia features, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity then go for it. If you're a gamer, you might wish to pass because the hard keys are completely useless.

PalmOne LifeDrive Mobile Manager.
PalmOne LifeDrive Mobile Manager.
With a 4GB hard drive and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless support the LifeDrive mobile manager from PalmOne lets you easily carry all the essentials of your busy life.

The Palm Tungsten T5 has a new memory system that allows your handheld to retain its information and data, even when the battery completely runs out of power. It has Bluetooth, multiple connectors, lacks a user-replaceable battery just like the LifeDrive, but it does not have built-in Wi-Fi. You may have problems using the T5 with DateBk5.

Palm Tungsten T5 Handheld (PRICE DROP!)
Palm Tungsten T5 Handheld (PRICE DROP!)

[ First posted on 08/25/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]

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