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Topic # 6184 3-Jan-2006 13:59
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I think its about time to upgrade my old palm m515 to a newer handheld. I'm looking at buying a Palm Tungsten E2. I was just wondering one thing about the battery.

The battery is not user replacable. I don't want to pay a bunch of money to get it replaced and Id happily pop off the back and replace the battery myself. But I cant find a Tungsten E2 battery anywhere. I found the Tungsten E battery but not the E2. Do they not make Tungsten E2 batteries?

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Reply # 26147 11-Jan-2006 14:58
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you can try and see if they have the battery that you need.

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Reply # 26835 21-Jan-2006 09:24
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I checked and they don't have it. All I can find is a E battery.

Does a E battery work in a E2, I know it doesn't last as long, but thats not a big problem.

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