ZX Palm An elegant form that fits in your hand.
The original Palm Pilot went on sale in March 1996 and sported 128kb of RAM, a 16Mhz Motorola MC68328 processor, and a tiny 160x160 monochrome display. Such a low-res display necessitated a small bitmap font, and the 16MHz CPU meant they could easily take advantage of proportional rendering to squeeze even more on-screen.
The crispy clean font they came up with remained unchanged through many years of Palm’s success across many devices until the platform moved to Windows CE.
I recreated the font using BASIN, and it is almost identical except for a few tweaks to the descenders. I transposed both the regular weight and bold weights. To take full advantage of these fonts, you should use a proportional renderer such as FZX.