Palm i705
Palm i705 in a docking cradle, with its stylus shown on the right-hand side
ManufacturerPalm, Inc.
TypeBar PDA
Release dateJanuary 2002
Operating systemPalm OS 4.1
CPUMotorola MC68VZ328 33 MHz
Memory4 MB ROM
Storage8 MB Flash RAM, SD card/MultiMediaCard slot
Display3" 160x160 px backlit monochrome STN, 16-grayscale LCD touchscreen
SoundMono loudspeaker
InputTouchscreen
CameraNone
ConnectivityPalm.net service via Mobitex, IrDA, RS-232, USB 1.1
PowerLithium-ion rechargeable batteries
Dimensions77.5 mm x 118 mm x 15.5 mm
Mass168 g (5.9 oz)
RelatedPalm VII, Palm VIIx

The Palm i705 was an upgrade from the last series of Palm PDAs to use the now discontinued Palm.net service via Mobitex to access the World Wide Web from Palm devices. It featured 8MB of onboard memory and an SD/MMC slot for additional storage or SDIO cards. It used the Motorola Dragonball VZ 33 MHz processor and ran Palm OS 4.1, it was noted as being the first Palm.net capable device without a flip out antenna and with an internal rechargeable battery, although it was the third and final of the three models manufactured by Palm that were capable of utilizing this network. [1]

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