Palm Pilot portable computer, with cradle, plastic / metal / electrical components, made by 3COM Computing, Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States of America, c. 1995
This Palm Pilot is a small 'notebook' like computer, hand held with a small screen that can be written on with suitable stylus, or have information typed in..
The Palm Pilot has a grey plastic casing printed in white along the top edge "Palm Pilot US Robotics", it has a stylus concealed in a cavity in its right side, its green power switch is on the lower left corner. At the back it has a removable panel covering the circuit boards, and and panel covering the battery cavity, the unit is powered by two AA batteries (batteries removed). The unit can be attached to a Personal Computer via the cradle.
The Cradle for Palm Pilot computer is also of grey plastic and holds the Palm Pilot in an upright position. It has a cable which connects to a desk top or notebook PC. It has metal connectors in the base of the cradle which establish a connection with matching connectors on the Palm Pilot enabling the exchange of data between the Palm Pilot and the PC. It has a download button on the right side.