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The Zire 31 is a Zire Handheld from palmOne. The product was first released in April 2004 as a replacement for Zire 21. It runs Palm OS 5.2.8 and features a color 160x160 display, a SDIO slot and a standard 3.5mm stereo headphones jack. The improved PIM apps (Calendar, Contacts, Tasks and Memos) are supplied. The ROM includes RealOne Player giving the device some digital audio player capabilities. They can be extended with 3rd party software, such as TCPMP.

  • Processor: 200 MHz Intel Xscale PXA255 Processor (ARM v5TE) 200 MHz
  • Memory: 16 MiB RAM (13.8 MiB actual storage + 1 MiB heap)
  • Battery: Rechargeable lithium-polymer 900mAh battery
  • Operating System: Palm OS v5.2.8
  • Size: 4.6 in. / 11.2 cm h x 3.0 in. / 7.4 cm w x 0.7 in. / 1.6 cm thickness in.
  • Weight: 4.8 oz. / 136.1 grams (handheld + stylus)
  • Display: 160x160 pixel 4096 colors (12 bit) CSTN Display
  • Expansion: 1 GB max SD, SDIO and MMC support via built-in expansion card slot.
  • Audio: 3.5mm headphone jack, monophonic speaker
  • Beaming: IrDA (infrared)
  • Connection: USB cable included
  • Input: Graffiti 2 input zone & Touchscreen
  • Connectivity: Infrared + USB (cable)
  • Programs: +1000 freeware applications available for download on the internet (games/business/utilities/office/...)
  •  PALM ZIRE 31 picture

     PALM ZIRE 31 picture

     PALM ZIRE 31 picture

     PALM ZIRE 31 picture

     PALM ZIRE 31 picture


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