The Palm VII was the first Palm to have an available wireless internet service without a modem. It had a rubbery antenna that received radio signals from the Palm.Net service. This service (defunct in '04) was $14.95 per month for a limited number of web page views.
The original Palm VII used Palm OS 3.2; it had 2MB of RAM and a monochrome screen. This Palm was also the most expensive at the time, with prices starting at $599. The Palm VII also continued the tradition started by the Palm III of having an infrared port to communicate and beam applications from one Palm to the other. There is also another version of the Palm VII, the VIIx. The VIIx has 4 times the amount of memory the VII has, giving it a total of 8MB.
Despite the high price tag and fairly stripped down technical specs, the Palm VII proved very popular before other wireless devices with data capability were commonplace. Once the Palm.net service was discontinued, the Palm VII offered very little.