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.: History :.
▼ System

The Palm V was a Palm handheld device introduced in October 1999, distinguished from its predecessors (the popular Palm III models) by its sleeker, metal-clad body. In addition, with hardware extensions such as compact keyboards and scanners, the device's capabilities could be extended far beyond its base competences. The industrial design was handled by the design firm IDEO. The Palm V series was later replaced by the Palm m500 series.


.: Specifications :.
▼ System
  • Size 4.5" x 3.1" x 0.4"
  • Rechargeable Lithium ion battery
  • 2 megabytes of RAM
  • 16 MHz Dragonball EZ processor
  • Palm Desktop handheld software 3.0.1
  • Weight: 4 oz

.: Usage :.
▼ Personal

This particular system, currently named Ninja, was given to me by my father in January 2008. He in turn had received it from his place of employment in 1999. Since its passage into my hands, it has been brought back to working regularly-used status. As of right now, the unit has English and Cyrillic capabilities, an SSH client, and a VPN client. Eventually, I wish to devise a means for which to get it local network access so I can SSH into my home machines from anywhere with it.

Accessories to Ninja include a modem, a folding keyboard, an original metal stylus, an aluminum case, and a serial connection to AdamMalkovich.