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Old 10th May 2003
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who's using what PDA's

Just lost (or it walked away) my ipaq pda. So I must replace it, what are you guy's using and are you satisfied? Make some sugestions, I am leaning towards another Ipaq, tell me I'm wrong.
Thanks.
Renshen
Old 10th May 2003
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๐ŸŽง 15 years
Over 2 years with the same IPAQ, and now that I have 802.1b wireless it's freakin orgasmic. I like this one (3850) better than the newer ones.
Old 10th May 2003
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๐ŸŽง 15 years
I worked on PDAs for the past two years, testing wireless and assorted other apps. The iPaqs are nice, but in the end, I preferred the Tungsten Palms. I feel the screens are actually nicer, and they're not nearly as over-featured as the iPaqs. They're easier to set up wireless, too.

Of course, it's really a matter of taste.
Old 10th May 2003
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My hadspring Treo 270 - PDA / cel phone thingy is quite cool...

I am using it's GSM function to connect to the web rather than dial up...

Kinda neat, it works quicker... and I can accept calls at the same time..

but then I am a Mac only guy, so thats why it suits me, also I find the tiny QWERTY keyboard great for inputting data..

Kind of a monster as a phone and I am very wary of mugging risk using it on the street here in central London UK, it looks expencive...The minuite you get this out EVERYONE is on to it straight away...."oooohh.... whats that??" but the earpiece means can accept incoming cals with it safe in my pocket away out of view...it has a little call accept button.

You can get a Sprint version in the US.\

http://www.handspring.com/promos/spr...1CFE4AVAATKIV0

Good for Mac folks....

Carry on....

Old 10th May 2003
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My hadspring Treo 270 - PDA / cel phone thingy is quite cool...

I am using it's GSM function to connect to the web rather than dial up...

Kinda neat, it works quicker... and I can accept calls at the same time..

but then I am a Mac only guy, so thats why it suits me, also I find the tiny QWERTY keyboard great for inputting data..

Kind of a monster as a phone and I am very wary of mugging risk using it on the street here in central London UK, it looks expencive...The minuite you get this out EVERYONE is on to it straight away...."oooohh.... whats that??" but the earpiece means can accept incoming cals with it safe in my pocket away out of view...it has a little call accept button.

You can get a Sprint version in the US.

http://www.handspring.com/products/c...=Communicators

Good for Mac folks....

Carry on....

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