List of Palm OS devices

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This is a list of Palm OS devices, and companies that make, or have made, them.

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Abacus/Fossil, Inc.

Fossil, following in its tradition of watchmaking, has begun making Wrist PDAs that use the Palm OS operating system.(Discontinued)

Aceeca

Acer

AlphaSmart

Garmin

PDA with integrated GPS.

Group Sense PDA

Smartphones with Palm OS

Handera

Handspring

The inventors of the Palm formed a new company called Handspring in June 1998, operating until 2003 when it merged with Palm, Inc.'s hardware division.

Treo

Smartphones (except 90)

The Treo 300

Visor

Visors introduced color cases and the Springboard Expansion slot.

IBM

IBM WorkPad c3

IBM's Workpad series was nearly identical to PDAs manufactured by Palm. The main difference were color and logo on the casing.

WorkPad

Janam

Kyocera

Smartphones

Legend Group

Lenovo

Chinese PDA's

Palm, Inc. & PalmOne, Inc.

A Palm Pilot 5000
A Palm IIIxe unit with Accessories.

Zire

The Zire series, replaced by the "Z" series in 2005, are the lower end Palm models. Some have color screens (some 160x160, some 320x320), some B&W (at 160x160).

The PalmOne Zire 31 and stylus

Tungsten

The Tungsten series are the high end Palm models, with ARM/RISC processors (except T|W), high-resolution color screens, and SD memory cards.

Treo

The Treo series are combo Cell Phones/PDA models, originally developed by Handspring.

LifeDrive

Qool

Qualcomm

Smartphones, later sold to Kyocera

Samsung

Smartphones

Sony CLIÉ

Sony developed and marketed the CLIÉ multimedia PDA from 2000 to 2005.


The Sony CLIÉ TJ37

N Series

NR Series

NX Series

NZ Series

S Series

SJ Series

SL Series

T Series

TG Series

TH Series

TJ Series

UX Series

VZ Series

Symbol

PDA with integrated barcode reader

Tapwave

A PDA designed for handheld gaming. It was held sideways (landscape), had an analog joystick and extra gaming buttons, and used Bluetooth for multiplayer gaming as well as standard PDA functions. It also introduced a dedicated video chip, and dual SD card slots.

TRG Pro

A PalmIII "clone" with loudspeaker and a CF card slot supporting memory expansion, modems, network and barcode scanner cards.

Emulators

See also

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