Why not breathe new life into an older device like the Palm Tungsten C with a bit of tasty Android? I guess I should note that this install lacks WiFi, Bluetooth, audio, and internal storage as the release is booting from an SD card. Plus, take a closer look at the screen and you’ll notice it’s not quite right as the UI doesn’t seem to like the resolution. But at least the dude is actually using the device instead of letting it age in a random junk drawer.
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