Palm m100

The Palm m100 is a Palm OS based personal digital assistant. it was intended to be a lower-cost entry-level PDAs. Unlike other Palm computers, which had rechargeable batteries, they were designed to run on standard dry cell batteries. A small backup battery preserved the system memory while the user changed tyhe main batteries. When not in use the screen is protected by a hinged cover.

The m100 is powered by the Motorola EZ Dragonball processor operating at 16MHz, and it has 2 Megabytes of RAM. It was released in August 2000.

Kindly donated by Glyn and Jane Phillips.

Manufacturer: 3COM
Date: August 2000

Palm m100 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
HP 200LX Users Guide Hewlett Packard 1994
HP 200LX Quick Start Guide Hewlett Packard 1994
HP 320LX Pamtop PC Essentials Guide Hewlett Packard March 1997
Handheld PC Users Guide Microsoft March 1997
Windows CE The Handheld PC Companion Microsoft September 1997
HP 320LX Pamtop PC Pocket Guide Hewlett Packard October 1997
Palm Vx Users Manual October 1999

Magazines RELATED to Palm m100 in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Educational Computing and Technology - June 1990 BBC June 1990
Personal Computer World - November 1990 01-11-1990
Byte April 1993 April 1993
Personal Computer World - March 1997 March 1997
Acorn User - May 1997 15-07-2009
Byte July 1996 29-09-2009

Other Systems Related To Palm m100:

Item Manufacturer Date
PalmPilot Professional 3Com 1st March 1997
Palm IIIc 3Com 1998
3Com - Palm III 3Com March 1998
Palm V 3Com 1999
Palm IIIx 3Com 1999
Palm Vx with TDK Blue 5 Bluetooth Module 3Com October 1999
Palm m500 3Com 6th March 2001

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH34890. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Palm m100

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