A powerful and robust handheld at your fingertips, the Palm Tungsten C has embraced wireless networking with the Tungsten C, which has built in 802.11b capability. This is definitely a PDA for power users, as along with wireless networking comes 64MB of RAM, 51MB of which is available for your applications and data. The Tungsten C runs on the new Intel PXA 255 processor, an update of the PXA 250 which has more speed and better power management than its predecessor. There is no antenna like the W has, but there is a keypad where the Graffiti area traditionally sits on a Palm.
Edit your documents while youre on the go as Palm equips with applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint that you need to stay productive. Though designed with professional users in mind Palm has not lost sight of the fact that the Tungsten C will appeal to a wider audience. They provide the Kinoma player for watching movies and Photos for looking at digital images. A key notable absence is any kind of MP3 player. Go and get connected anywhere with Wi-Fi access; send emails or just surf the net even if you are not at home through the number of access points and HotSpots that continually growing.