Palm Others Driver

Palm has released new drivers for their Universal Wireless IR keyboard. This new driver, dated June 2, is available for both Palm OS and Windows Mobile OSes. It adds some compatibility fixes, as well as support for the Treo 700p. Palm's support web site states that the following issues have been addressed: Provides Support for the Palm Treo 700p. A major driver is the speed at which all of this is happening. Palm oil demand has grown so quickly that the speed that new land is cleared and planted is outpacing the sincere efforts of many farmers to develop sustainable growing and sourcing methods for palm oil. The loss of tropical ecosystems is not trivial.

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

Abacus/Fossil, Inc.[edit]

Fossil, made Wrist PDAs that use the Palm OS operating system.(Discontinued)

  • AU5005—Palm OS 4.1
  • AU5006—Palm OS 4.1
  • AU5008—Palm OS 4.1
  • FX2008—Palm OS 4.1
  • FX2009—Palm OS 4.1

Aceeca[edit]

  • Meazura—Palm OS 4.1.2
  • PDA32—Garnet OS 5.4

Acer[edit]

  • S10/S11/S12—Palm OS 4.1 - first Chinese Palm
  • S50/S55—Palm OS 4.1, color Hi-Res screen
  • S60/S65—Palm OS 4.1, MP3 player, voice recorder, color Hi-Res screen

AlphaSmart[edit]

  • Dana—Palm OS 4.1.2 - small 'laptop' running Palm OS with a 560x160 pixel greyscale LCD, full-sized keyboard, two SD card slots, 8MiB or 16Mib memory, powered by NiMH or 3 x AA battery or wall adapter
  • Dana Wireless—Palm OS 4.1.2, same features as Dana plus Wi-Fi, 16MiB memory, SDIO support, widescreen launcher

Garmin[edit]

PDA with integrated GPS.

  • iQue 3600a—Palm OS 5.4
  • iQue3600—Palm OS 5.2.1
  • iQue 3200—Palm OS 5.2.1
  • iQue 3000—Palm OS 5.2.1

Group Sense PDA[edit]

Smartphones with Palm OS [1]

  • Xplore G18—Palm OS 4.1 (candybar, 2.2' 176x240 16-bit TFT, CIF camera, Dragonball VZ 33MHz, 16MB RAM, 4MB OS flash)
  • Xplore G88—Palm OS 4.1 (slider, 2.2' 176x240 16-bit TFT, CIF camera, Dragonball VZ 33MHz, 16MB RAM, 4MB OS flash, 24MB user flash appearing as an internal SD card)
  • Xplore M28—Palm OS 5.4 (slider, 2.2' 176x240 16-bit TFT, VGA camera, ARM9 CPU, 32MB NVFS storage, SD/MMC card slot)
  • Xplore M68—Palm OS 5.4 (candybar, 2.2' 176x240 16-bit TFT, 1.3MP camera, ARM9 CPU, SD/MMC card slot)
  • Xplore M70—Palm OS 5.4 (candybar, 2.2' 176x240 16-bit TFT, 1.3MP camera with video recording, ARM9 CPU, SD/MMC card slot)
  • Xplore M70S—Palm OS 5.4 hardware same as M70 with security firmware update
  • Xplore M98—Palm OS 5.4 (flip, 2.2' 176x240 16-bit TFT inside, 96x96 outside, 1.3MP camera, ARM9 CPU, 32MB NVFS storage, microSD card slot)

Handera/TRGpro[edit]

  • TRGpro—Palm OS 3.5.3 - introduced standard (CF) Card slot (company was at that time TRG (Technology Resource Group))
  • Handera 330—Palm OS 3.5.3
  • Handera 330c— never released

Handspring[edit]

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[edit]

Smartphones (except 90)

The Treo 300
  • Treo 90—Palm OS 4.1H, can be updated to 4.1H3 which adds SDIO support
  • Treo 180—Palm OS 3.5.2H
  • Treo 180g—Palm OS 3.5.2H The Treo 180 with graffiti area, rather than a thumbboard
  • Treo 270—Palm OS 3.5.2H
  • Treo 300—Palm OS 3.5.2H6.2
  • Treo 600—Palm OS 5.2.1H

Visor[edit]

Visors introduced color cases and the Springboard Expansion slot.

  • Visor Solo 2Mb, B&W -- Palm OS 3.1H2
  • Visor Deluxe 8Mb, B&W -- Palm OS 3.1H2
  • Visor Edge 8Mb, B&W -- Palm OS 3.5.2H2 thin, sleek, metal case
  • Visor Neo 8Mb, B&W -- Palm OS 3.5.2H3
  • Visor Platinum 8Mb, B&W -- Palm OS 3.5.2H
  • Visor Pro 16Mb, B&W -- Palm OS 3.5.2H3
  • Visor Prism 8Mb, 64k color (world's 1st 16 bit color Palm) -- Palm OS 3.5.2H

IBM[edit]

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[edit]

  • WorkPad (rebadged PalmPilot)
  • WorkPad 20X (rebadged Palm III)
  • WorkPad 30X (rebadged Palm IIIx)
  • WorkPad c3 (rebadged Palm V/Vx) thin, sleek, metal case
  • WorkPad c500 (rebadged Palm m500) thin, sleek, metal case
  • WorkPad c505 (rebadged Palm m505) thin, sleek, metal case

Janam[edit]

  • XP20—Palm OS 5.4.9, B&W 160x160 screen, two variants: one with a full keyboard, one with partial
  • XP30—Palm OS 5.4.9, Color 240x160 screen, two variants: one with a full keyboard, one with partial
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Kyocera[edit]

Smartphones

  • QCP-6035—Palm OS 3.5.3
  • QCP-7135—Palm OS 4.1

Legend Group[edit]

  • Pam 168—Palm OS 4.1

Lenovo[edit]

Chinese PDAs

  • p100—Palm OS 5.3
  • p200—Palm OS 5.3
  • p300—Palm OS 5.3

Palm, Inc. & PalmOne, Inc.[edit]

A Palm Pilot 5000
  • Pilot 1000 (as division of U.S. Robotics) -- Palm OS 1.0 - 16 MHz, 128 KB RAM
  • Pilot 5000 (as division of U.S. Robotics) -- Palm OS 1.0 - 512 KB RAM
  • PalmPilot Personal (as division of U.S. Robotics) -- Palm OS 2.0 - 512 KB RAM, Backlight
  • PalmPilot Professional (as division of U.S. Robotics) -- Palm OS 2.0 - 1 MB RAM, Backlight
  • Palm III—Palm OS 3.0 - 2 MB RAM (update possible to 3.3 (website))
  • Palm IIIc—Palm OS 3.5.3 - Palm's 1st color screen, 4k-color
  • Palm IIIe—Palm OS 3.1 - '2 MB RAM', No flash OS Upgrade
  • Palm IIIx—Palm OS 3.1 - 4 MB RAM (update possible to 3.3 (website) or 4.1 (CD))
A Palm IIIxe unit with Accessories.
  • Palm IIIxe—Palm OS 3.5 - 8 MB RAM (update possible to 4.1 (CD) & a 3.5 patch Available from website (3.5.3))
  • Palm V—Palm OS 3.1 (later 3.3) - thin, sleek, metal case
  • Palm VII—Palm OS 3.2 - Palm.netWireless
  • Palm VIIx Palm OS 3.5 (update possible to 3.5.3) - Palm.netWireless
  • Palm Vx—Palm OS 3.3 (update possible to 3.5 and then 3.5.3 (website) or 4.1 (CD)) 8Mb RAM & B&W screen thin, sleek, metal case
  • Palm m100—Palm OS 3.5 2Mb RAM & B&W screen
  • Palm m105—Palm OS 3.5 8Mb RAM & B&W screen
  • Palm m125—Palm OS 4.0 8Mb RAM & B&W screen
  • Palm m130—Palm OS 4.1 8Mb RAM & color screen, 4k-color
  • Palm m500—Palm OS 4.0 (later 4.1) 8Mb RAM & B&W screen thin, sleek, metal case
  • Palm m505—Palm OS 4.0 8Mb RAM & color screen, 4k-color thin, sleek, metal case
  • Palm m515—Palm OS 4.1 16Mb RAM & color screen, 4k-color thin, sleek, metal case
  • Palm i705—Palm OS 4.1 - Palm.netWireless
  • Palm Centro—Palm OS 5.4.9 & MP3 player & 64k color screen (combo Cell phone+PDA similar to the Treo line)

Zire[edit]

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
  • Zire (also known as m150) -- Palm OS 4.1
  • Zire 21—Palm OS 5.2.8
  • Palm Z22—Palm OS 5.4.9 - New PIM - NVFS
  • Zire 31—Palm OS 5.2.8 - New PIM & MP3 player
  • Zire 71—Palm OS 5.2.1 & VGA digi-cam & MP3 player
  • Zire 72 and 72s—Palm OS 5.2.8 - New PIM & 1.3Mp digi-cam & MP3 player; the only Bluetooth Zire

Tungsten[edit]

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

  • Tungsten C -- Palm OS 5.2.1 - 400 MHz, 64 MiB RAM, Graffiti 2, keyboard, Wi-Fi
  • Tungsten E -- Palm OS 5.2.1
  • Tungsten E2 -- Palm OS 5.4.7 - NVFS, Bluetooth, RealPlayer-branded MP3 player
  • Tungsten T (also known as m550) -- Palm OS 5.0 - 320x320 screen, Slider case, Voice Recorder
  • Tungsten T2 -- Palm OS 5.2.1 - 32MiB RAM, Graffiti 2
  • Tungsten T3 -- Palm OS 5.2.1 - 320x480 screen, Slider case & MP3 player
  • Tungsten T5 -- Palm OS 5.4.0 (5.4.8 with version 1.1 update) - NVFS, internal USB flash drive & MP3 player
  • Tungsten W -- Palm OS 4.1 - Keyboard, ~Cell service, SD Card
  • Palm TX -- Palm OS 5.4.9 - NVFSBT, Wi-Fi & MP3 player

Treo[edit]

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

  • Treo 600—Palm OS 5.2.1H - (The first models were 'Handspring'-branded, later models were 'Palm'-branded.)
  • Treo 650—Palm OS 5.4, 5.4.5 or 5.4.8 depending on specific carrier version
  • Treo 680—Palm OS 5.4.9
  • Treo 700p—Palm OS 5.4.9
  • Treo 755p—Palm OS 5.4.9

LifeDrive[edit]

  • LifeDrive—Palm OS 5.4.8 - 4GB Harddrive

Qool[edit]

  • QDA 700—Palm OS 5.4.1 - Cell Phone

Qualcomm[edit]

Smartphones, later sold to Kyocera

  • pdQ 1900[1][2] (single-mode CDMA 1900 MHz digital PCS)—Palm OS 3.0
  • pdQ 800[3][2] (dual-mode 800 MHz digital/analog PCS)—Palm OS 3.0

Samsung[edit]

Smartphones

  • SPH-i300—Palm OS 3.5
  • SPH-i330—Palm OS 3.5.3
  • SCH-M330—Palm OS 3.5.3 - Scheduled for release in South Korea
  • SPH-i500—Palm OS 4.1
  • SPH-i550—Palm OS 5.2 - never released.
  • SCH-M500—Palm OS 5.2 - Scheduled for release in South Korea in mid-July 2004.[4]
  • SGH-i500—Palm OS 5.2 - never released
  • SGH-i505—Palm OS 5.2 - never released
  • SGH-i530—Palm OS 5.2 - never sold, only given away at Athens Olympics 2004
  • SCH-i539—Palm OS 5.4.1 - Released in China

[edit]

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

The Sony CLIÉ TJ37

N Series[edit]

  • PEG-N610C—Palm OS 4.0
  • PEG-N710C—Palm OS 3.5.2
  • PEG-N760C—Palm OS 4.1S & MP3 player

NR Series[edit]

  • PEG-NR70—Palm OS 4.1S
  • PEG-NR70V—Palm OS 4.1S

NX Series[edit]

  • PEG-NX60—Palm OS 5.0 & MP3 player
  • PEG-NX70V—Palm OS 5.0 & MP3 player & VGA digi-cam / camcorder
  • PEG-NX73V—Palm OS 5.0 & MP3 player & VGA digi-cam / camcorder (/E european versions also had Bluetooth)
  • PEG-NX80V—Palm OS 5.0 & MP3 player & 1.3 Mp digi-cam / camcorder

NZ Series[edit]

  • PEG-NZ90—Palm OS 5.0 & MP3 player & 2 Mp digi-cam / camcorder

S Series[edit]

  • PEG-S300—Palm OS 3.5S
  • PEG-S320—Palm OS 4.0S
  • PEG-S360—Palm OS 4.0S
  • PEG-S500C—Palm OS 3.5S

SJ Series[edit]

  • PEG-SJ20—Palm OS 4.1
  • PEG-SJ22—Palm OS 4.1
  • PEG-SJ30—Palm OS 4.1
  • PEG-SJ33—Palm OS 4.1

SL Series[edit]

  • PEG-SL10—Palm OS 4.1 & B&W paper-white screen

T Series[edit]

  • PEG-T400—Palm OS 4.1 & vibe-alarm feature thin, sleek, metal case, B&W HiRes screen (Japanese)
  • PEG-T415—English ROM version of the PEG-T400
  • PEG-T425—European version of T415
  • PEG-T600C—Palm OS 4.1 thin, sleek, metal case, Color HiRes screen (Japanese)
  • PEG-T615C—English ROM version of the PEG-T600
  • PEG-T625C—European version of T615C
  • PEG-T665C—Palm OS 4.1 & MP3 player thin, sleek, metal case, Color HiRes screen
  • PEG-T675C—European version of T665C

TG Series[edit]

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  • PEG-TG50—Palm OS 5.0

TH Series[edit]

  • PEG-TH55—Palm OS 5.2.1 Wi-Fi (/E European versions also had Bluetooth)

TJ Series[edit]

  • PEG-TJ25—Palm OS 5.2
  • PEG-TJ27—Palm OS 5.2
  • PEG-TJ35—Palm OS 5.2
  • PEG-TJ37—Palm OS 5.2

UX Series[edit]

  • PEG-UX40—Palm OS 5.2 & MP3 player
  • PEG-UX50—Palm OS 5.2 & MP3 player

VZ Series[edit]

  • PEG-VZ90—Palm OS 5.2.1

Symbol[edit]

PDA with integrated barcode reader

  • SPT-1500—Palm OS 3.0.2r3
  • SPT-1550—Palm OS 3.0
  • SPT-1700—Palm OS 3.5
  • SPT-1733—Palm OS 3.5.2
  • SPT-1734—Palm OS 3.5.2
  • SPT-1740—Palm OS 3.5
  • SPT-1800—Palm OS 4.0
  • SPT-1833—Palm OS 4.0
  • SPT-1834—Palm OS 4.0
  • SPT-1846—Palm OS 4.0

Tapwave[edit]

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.

  • Tapwave Zodiac 1 -- Palm OS 5.2T & MP3 player
  • Tapwave Zodiac 2 -- Palm OS 5.2T & MP3 player

Oswin[edit]

Two models (candybar and slider) were demonstrated at PalmSource Euro Dev Con 2005 running PalmOS Cobalt 6.1.1 [5]A few were sold onsite. Oswin never produced more. These were the only PalmOS cobalt devices to be seen in the wild.The codename for the candybar version was Zircon A108

Emulators[edit]

  • POSE (Palm OS Emulator)—Free Palm OS 4 emulator for PCs
  • Palm OS Simulator—Palm OS 5 simulator for PCs
  • StyleTap—for Windows Mobile, Symbian, and Android
  • Garnet VM—for Access Linux Platform and Maemo
  • Classic—for webOS-based Devices
  • PHEM—for Android-based devices

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Palm Others Driver
  1. ^'CNN - The Qualcomm pdQ: Kill two birds with one phone - December 3, 1999'. archives.cnn.com. Retrieved 2019-06-13.
  2. ^ ab'Qualcomm Unveils 'pdQ' CDMA Digital Smartphone'. Qualcomm. 1998-09-21. Retrieved 2019-06-13.
  3. ^'Qualcomm PDQ 800'. National Museum of American History. Retrieved 2019-06-13.
  4. ^'NVIDIA GOFORCE 2100 SELECTED FOR PICTURE PERFECT SAMSUNG CAMERA PHONE'. HEXUS. Retrieved 13 May 2020.
  5. ^http://www.palminfocenter.com/news/9600/the-palm-os-cobalt-phones-that-never-were/

External links[edit]

Palm Others Driver License Test

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Palm_OS_devices&oldid=995869547'

Florida Driving Test (Road Test)

When you get your drivers license in Florida you have to take a behind the wheel driving test. The most common question we receive about the driving test is 'what exactly will I be tested on?'.

The road test is not required when you get your Florida learners permit or restricted license. When you get you learners permit you are required to take a Drug and Alcohol Traffic Education course and a DMV Permit Test.

Behind the Wheel Road Test

Class E License - an operators license or Class E license is the Florida drivers license you get when you are ready to drive on your own after having a learners permit for a year or if you're an adult age 18 or older. To get your operators license you will need to pass a behind the wheel test and perform specific maneuvers.

Test Car - you must bring your own car (the DMV does not provide cars) and it must be in good running condition. Make sure you have already tested the turn signals, brake lights, parking lights and horn to ensure everything works. Double check the glove compartment to make sure the vehicle registration and auto insurance is current.

Schedule an appointment at a DMV Office to take the Road Test referred to as the 'Driving Test Class E License'.

Florida Driving Road Test Maneuvers

Following is a list of the maneuvers in the Florida Drivers Handbook you need to practice to pass for the road test known as the Driving Skills Exam:

Palm Others Driver Jobs

Three Point Turn

Turn you car around in a 20 to 40 foot space.

Palm Others Driver License

Approaching a Crossing

Get in the proper lane and look in all directions.

Observe Right-of-Way

Allow pedestrians to cross. Pull over and stop for emergency vehicles to pass. Do not enter an intersection where you will interfere with other traffic.

Straight-In Parking

When parked your the vehicle should be centered inside the space with no part of the vehicle extended out in the traffic lane.

Parking on a Grade

Know the proper parking techniques for uphill and downhill, with and without a curb.

Stop Quickly

Make a quick and safe stop when the driver examiner instructs you to.