It’s finally here, the much awaited “next-generation upgrade for the Tungsten T. Piced at $399.95, The T2 has much more to offer as compared to the first version. It boasts an extra 16MB base memory, thus giving it a total built in memory of 32MB, more than enough to load all the extras and the basic software that I use and need. It also has a much much better 320 x 320 transreflective screen which can handle over 65535 colors. To be honest, you have better images with the T2 as compared to the T and the colors are so much vibrant. For the extra 50 bucks, these improvements are a steal. Of course you have the standard features such as bluetooth compatibility, slider technology, the 5 way navigation button, a bunch of extra software and the screen cover. For a case, I suggest you buy the innopocket T2 Hard Case costs less than the Palm Hard case and gives better protection. If you are getting the case I also suggest buying the mini-sync charger/cable from boxwave, they both fit perfectly. Last but not the least, I should mention that of all the screen protectors that I’ve tried, nothing beats […]
despite having PreBASIC, and all those late meetings, and all the phone calls to follow up, i’ve been so nervous every time i log onto the BASIC site…we have a counter that has a number diminish everyday until that day- AUGUST 16. i guess anyone who plans an event gets this way. you always want it to go a certain route, and always expect success, and usually, I have a burden to set events up…like parties, celebrations, meetings, events, projects…i realize that i’ve been given this gift in my personality and i really can’t deny it, or stop it…thoughts pour even in the shower. i’m just glad i have a team to work with for BASIC. without them, my vision dies. with them we’ve made it our vision. their sweat equals mine, and my troubles are passed on to them…and i love the homeostatic flow of our responsibilities…of course sometimes we get discouraged and a little backed up on our follow through, but all in all, i praise God for their dedication. and i’m glad that i learned this years ago through experience- that no matter how much you plan, God can manage to change it all for His glory, […]
I can’t believe how stupid I can be. I should’ve known better than to perform incremental back-ups of the website before asking such major changes. Well, that’s going to change in the future because scheduled full back-ups are my thing now. I still hate the idea of losing everything that I worked so hard for in the past few days. *aaaaaargh* I want to scream!