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Updating palm centro

Four areas are categorized based on health, flammability and physical hazards, as well as personal protection.

Palm had subsequently upgraded the available memory to 128 MB.One of the changes that elicit the most concern in regards to the new GHS Standard is the role, or lack thereof of both the HMIS III and NFPA 704 rating systems.At a weight of 119 g, and dimensions of 4.2″ (h), 2.1″ (w) and 0.7″ (d), the Centro was the smallest smart phone offered from Palm up to its introduction.Ah, who am I kidding: I’ve never met a firmware upgrade I wouldn’t install.The stock battery allows for up to 3.5 hours of continuous talk time.which is aligned with products in the Trēo family of Palm smartphones.

The Centro runs Palm OS 5.4.9, and as a result of the backward compatibility aspects of this operating system, many applications released for previous Palm PDA/smartphones work with the Centro.

HMIS III & NFPA 704 RATING SYSTEMS HMIS III (Hazardous Materials Identification System) is a rating system developed by the American Coatings Association, which categorizes a chemical from 0 (low hazard) to 4 (high hazard).

Kevin and I discussed the newest i Phone firmware update to kick off Mobile Tech Roundup show #112 and James still has no interest in getting the i Phone, although the i Pod Touch may soon be in his collection.

Of course, maybe you could just put off the upgrade. Bear in mind that the Centro doesn’t have a GPS radio, so any location-based functions are really done through cell tower triangulation.

For some reason, I jump all over firmware upgrades… In my experience however, the My Location feature of Google Mobile Maps works pretty darn good, so I’d be all over this firmware upgrade for that reason alone.

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