Palm 2004 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Palm Articles for 2004

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Zire 72

The Zire 72 offers a much faster processor, more memory, and a higher resolution camera than its predecessor, the popular Zire 71. It also adds Bluetooth short-range wireless networking.

T-Mobile Sidekick 2 Review / Danger Hiptop 2 Review

The T-Mobile Sidekick 2, also sold as the Danger Hiptop 2, is a fun-loving converged device. This device is definitely targeted at consumers in the 16 - 30 year[...]

Mitac Mio 168 / Navman PiN GPS Integrated Pocket PC Review

Last year, the Garmin iQUE 3600 Palm OS based PDA with integrated GPS created quite a stir. That unit has been highly rated by users, leaving the "Pocket PC[...]

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Tungsten T5

Shawn Barnett brings us this review of palmOne's latest high-end handheld, the Tungsten T5. This model has some innovative features, but it disappoints many long-time Palm OS enthusiasts.

Brighthand Reviews the Tapwave Zodiac

The first Palm OS device specifically designed for gaming, the Zodiac features a large screen, an analog joystick, and everything else necessary to make playing games fun. However, it can[...]

Brighthand Reviews the palmOne Zire 31

The Zire 31 is palmOne's first entry-level model to offer a color screen, a built-in SD card slot, and the ability to to play MP3 files.

RumorMill™: palmOne Preparing Treo 610

The first rumors of a successor to the Treo 600 smart phone have started to circulate. Supposedly, the new model will offer many of the features the current model lacks.

Brighthand Reviews the SanDisk Wi-Fi SD Card for the Zire 71

Those who would like to add Wi-Fi to their Zire 71 have a new option, an SD card from SanDisk. Brighthand's Ed Hardy brings us this hands-on review.

palmOne Zire 31 Review

With over 3 million units sold, PalmOne's Zire line must be doing something right. Today PalmOne provides us two new additions to this now venerable line of Palm OS PDAs[...]

Brighthand’s First Impressions of the palmOne Treo 650

Brighthand's Larry Becker has spent a few days with palmOne's latest smartphone. While he hasn't had time enough with the device to do a full review, so far he thinks[...]

PalmOne Tungsten T5 Review

PalmOne's new Tungsten T5 has had a somewhat rough start. Greeted with disbelief by Palm loyalists, and run aground on a rocky release, the newest member of PalmOne's high-end handheld[...]

Review – palmOne Treo 650

I don't care what anyone says about the Treo 650's memory issues, lack of WiFi support, limited Bluetooth functionality, poor sound quality, dialing delays or the fact that it's only[...]

palmOne Zire 72 Review

One year ago, PalmOne--then Palm Solutions Group--released the Zire 71, a mid-range consumer model that hit it big. Now they're back with an update that adds a 1.2 megapixel camera[...]

What Isn’t in Palm OS Cobalt… Yet

There are some fairly significant new features in the next version of the Palm OS. But there are some equally significant things that haven't been changed. And there's one change[...]

palmOne Treo 650 Revealed (pics, specs)

We initially called it the Treo 610, well add 40 to that number and what do you get?  The Treo 650 and that's the name we're sticking with for the[...]

palmOne Needs a Low-Cost Treo

Although palmOne has had a great deal of success in the U.S. with its Treo 600, Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief believes it needs to quickly broaden its smartphone line with an entry-level[...]

Brighthand’s First Impressions of Palm OS Cobalt

Ed Hardy has had an intensive education on the next version of the Palm OS at the PalmSource Conference and he now brings us his first impressions.

A Glimpse Into palmOne’s Future

A look at what recent rumors say about two upcoming palmOne handhelds and a smartphone.

Then there were two

Brighthand takes a look at the traditional PDA market and why HP and palmOne will likely be the last two standing.

palmOne Tungsten T5: Access Your Files in a Whole New Way

palmOne's Tungsten T5 will have some innovative features, including the ability to appear as a removable drive on any computer, but it will lack some of the features long-time Palm[...]