|Manufacturer||Palm Computing, a division of 3Com|
|Release date||August 2000|
|Operating system||Palm OS 3.5|
|CPU||Motorola DragonBall EZ MC68EZ328 20 MHz|
|Memory||2 MB ROM|
|Storage||8 MB DRAM|
|Display||160x160 px backlit monochrome STN , 16-grayscale LCD touchscreen|
|Sound||Mono piezoelectric loudspeaker|
|Connectivity||Palm.net service via Mobitex, IrDA, RS-232|
|Power||2x AAA Batteries|
|Dimensions||5.25" x 3.25" x 0.75"|
|Mass||190 g (6.7 oz)|
|Related||Palm VII, Palm i705|
The Palm VIIx was a personal digital assistant made by Palm, Inc. The device featured an antenna used for wireless data communication. Connectivity was provided through the Mobitex network under the now defunct Palm.net service. Web Clipping applications used the network to process data. The cost of service was $14.95 per month and allowed a limited number of web pages to be viewed.
The Palm VIIx succeeded the original Palm VII. It was replaced by the Palm i705.