The Palm m500 was the first personal digital assistant in the m500 series. It improved on the Palm V series with a faster processor, USB sync interface, vibrating alarms, and mechanical case fastenings instead of hot-glue.
Physically it was slightly smaller than the Palm V but had the same resolution screen (160x160). Initially monochrome, later models would feature a colour display and larger memory capacity.
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