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They are easy to press and have excellent tactile feedback.
The 5-way nav pad on the TE is very similar to the same nav pad on the T3. Just as I said in my T3 review, I don’t care for this new button style.
With the release of three new PDA models, this sure has been a busy month for Palm.
We’ve already taken a look at the Tungsten|T3, their high-end offering, as well as the Zire 21, their entry level device.
218023G Service Pak for Axcess (Note: The online simulators from Miller Electric (both Palm and Front Panel) are training and demonstration tools.
As training tools, they may not display the most current release of software for actual Axcess and Auto Axcess products.) Axcess E and Auto-Axcess E System Software Axcess E system files must be downloaded and extracted to a blank USB flash drive.
Palm models: m125, m130, m500, m505, m515, Zire 71, Tungsten T, Tungsten T2, Tungsten T3, Tungsten W, Tungsten C We know the following models do not work (they may lack critical elements such as serial connection or card slot): Palm models: Zire, Zire 21, Zire 31, Zire 72, Tungsten E, Tungsten T5* The Axcess Software packages are designed to work on the Palm operating system (Palm OS 4.0 – 5.4.5) and will not work on any other operating system such as Windows CE.
* The current production cable for the Tungsten T5 is no longer compatible with the Axcess system.
Although not quite as svelte and sexy as the popular m515, the new Tungsten|E does look like a cross between that now out of production series of m500 devices and the Zire 71.Although it has adequate tactile feedback when you press it in the left or right directions, the feedback is lousy when you press it up or down.I don’t think avid game players will like it at all.The outer shell of the TE appears to be made of chrome metal.I’m not 100% sure, but I think it is actually plastic.