3com

3Com is a manufacturer best known for its computer network infrastructure products. The company was co-founded in 1979 by Robert Metcalfe, Bruce Borden, and Greg Shaw, and is headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts. The name 3Com comes from the company's focus on "Computers, Communication and Compatibility".

3Com is a leading global provider of enterprise and small-business networking solutions. The company offers a broad range of networking products including network switches, routers, wireless access points and controllers, IP voice systems, and intrusion prevention systems, among others. The company is based in Massachusetts, USA. From its 2007 acquisition of 100 percent ownership of H3C Technologies Co., Limited (H3C) -- what was initially a joint venture with China-based Huawei Technologies -- 3Com today has a leading market presence in China, and a significant networking market share in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. 3Com products are sold under the brands 3Com, H3C, and TippingPoint.

In 1997, 3Com merged with U.S. Robotics, a maker of dial-up modems, and owner of Palm, Inc.

Computers

Palm Tungsten T

Palm Tungsten T
Unknown
The second Tungsten, the Tungsten T, introduced in November 2002 and known during development as the M550, was the first model to use Palm OS 5.

Manufacturer : 3com
Type : PDA

PalmPilot Professional

PalmPilot Professional
1st March 1997
The PalmPilot Professional from 3COM is a personal digital assistant.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

Palm IIIc

Palm IIIc
1998
The Palm III was a personal digital assistant made by the Palm Computing division of 3Com.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

3Com - Palm III

3Com - Palm III
March 1998
The Palm III was a personal digital assistant made by the Palm Computing division of 3Com.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

Palm V

Palm V
1999
The Palm V was a personal digital assistant made by the Palm Computing division of 3Com.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

Palm IIIx

Palm IIIx
1999
The Palm IIIx is a PDA from Palm Computing released in 1999, briefly before the scaled down Palm IIIe was introduced into the marketplace.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

Palm IIIe Special Edition

Palm IIIe Special Edition
1999
The palm IIIe was a cheaper, cut-down version of the Palm IIIx.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : PDA

Palm Vx with TDK Blue 5 Bluetooth Module

Palm Vx with TDK Blue 5 Bluetooth Module
October 1999
The Palm Vx was a personal digital assistant made by the Palm Computing division of 3Com.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

Palm m100

Palm m100
August 2000
The Palm m100 is a Palm OS based personal digital assistant.

Manufacturer : 3COM
Type : Computer

Palm m500

Palm m500
6th March 2001
The Palm m500 was the first personal digital assistant in the m500 series.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : Computer

Palm One Tungsten T3

Palm One Tungsten T3
October 2003
The Tungsten T3 was the third T-class Tungsten device, releasing in October 2003.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : PDA

PalmOne Zire 72S (Special Edition)

PalmOne Zire 72S (Special Edition)
2004
The Palm Zire 72 is an upgraded version of Palm Zire 71.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : PDA

Palm One Tungsten T5

Palm One Tungsten T5
2004
The T5 has a 416MHz Intel processor, 256 megs of RAM with 215 megs available, a high res + 320 x 480 display that runs in both portrait and landscape orientations, a removable flip cover and an SD slot that supports SDIO.

Manufacturer : 3Com
Type : PDA


 

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