I was looking around today for an ssh client for my Palm Tungsten T, and I came across a very nifty client called TuSSH. So far, it’s been excellent as an ssh client. It’s very easy to use, offers a high resolution display that fits almost a full 80 characters across a single line of text, and has quick connect/disconnect times. About the only feature that I think would make it much better is being able to save connection information for several machines. At the moment, it only saves the last machine and login name you used to connect. Requiring the user to re-write their password makes a lot of sense, of course.
My wife, Katrina, bought me my Tungsten T for my birthday last year and it has become an indispensable tool that I use daily. This Christmas, I finally got a Bluetooth adapter for my Powerbook, so I could use some connection sharing scripts to get my Tungsten online. I still have yet to find a good IMAP mail client with SSL support (the latest version of VersaMail doesn’t support the Tungsten T), so if you know of any, post them in the writeback.