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  • Pocket PC (Ipaq,Toshiba,NEC,Jornada,Asus,Acer,...etc)

    23 30.67%
  • Palm, Clié, Handspring, TRG, ...etc

    55 73.33%
  • Psion Portable computer (5mx, Revo, 3mx/3c/3a, ...etc)

    4 5.33%
  • Others. (like...?)

    2 2.67%
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Thread: What kind of PDA do you use?

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    Smile What kind of PDA do you use?

    Are Clubsnapper PDA geeks too?

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    Originally posted by Verre Vrai
    Are Clubsnapper PDA geeks too?
    Have a old ipaq i use as a image tank with microdrive as well as image previewer.

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    Moved thread to a more appropriate forum.

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    Hopes to have one...but not practical for my use
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    Pocket PC sucks! I have a free one from work and still don't use it. Its like using windows 95 on a small screen. And it crashes like crazy especially when you want to sync.

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    Originally posted by maddog
    Pocket PC sucks! I have a free one from work and still don't use it. Its like using windows 95 on a small screen. And it crashes like crazy especially when you want to sync.
    Send it to me if it runs PocketPC 2002. I can do with something that can take a 802.11B card.

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    Send it to me if it runs PocketPC 2002. I can do with something that can take a 802.11B card.

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    Dream on! Company property. Too bad. BTW which brand .11 card do u use? I use Symbol.

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    Originally posted by maddog


    Dream on! Company property. Too bad. BTW which brand .11 card do u use? I use Symbol.
    Don't have a 802.11b-capable PDA/Notebook, so did not buy one. But looking into one in near future. I am still using an ancient Palm 3c.

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    Don't have a 802.11b-capable PDA/Notebook, so did not buy one. But looking into one in near future. I am still using an ancient Palm 3c.

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    Stick to palm. PPC isin't really a PDA.

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    Palm OS rulez!!!

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    I'm using Jornada 548 for almost one half year now, without any problems. I am synchronized my PPC with my laptop at home and my desktop in the office. Jornada 548 is runs on WIndow CE 2.0, the itch of the Window CE is instability to run multi tasking program. But I believe this due to my PPC processor Hitachi SH3 which is inferior compared to Intel Strong-Arm processor. I tried Toshiba PPC and new NEC PPC with latest processor with Window Pocket PC 2002 perform better than the older Hitachi processor. My Jornada 548 now is almost obselete and I can't even upgrade the OS since the older Hitachi SH 3 doesn't have flashable ROM to run Pocket PC 2002

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    Originally posted by Larry
    Palm OS rulez!!!
    Microsoft Window CE rules........
    Join the undeath hordes.....
    " Where do you want to go Today?"

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    Originally posted by maddog


    Stick to palm. PPC isin't really a PDA.
    It's a "Pocket PC", ala mini-laptop.

    I am fine with Palm OS and the interface, just that it lacks network connectivity options unless you buy the original m5xx series, which I think are quite crap compared to the Sony CLIEs. 515 is still running 160 x 160, duh, no MP3 playback, still very primitive and yet cost more than the much more capable CLIE 665!

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    Originally posted by ckiang


    It's a "Pocket PC", ala mini-laptop.

    I am fine with Palm OS and the interface, just that it lacks network connectivity options unless you buy the original m5xx series, which I think are quite crap compared to the Sony CLIEs. 515 is still running 160 x 160, duh, no MP3 playback, still very primitive and yet cost more than the much more capable CLIE 665!

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    the only small device i like are those mini laptops. they can fit in my haversack and comes in real handy at fashion show shoots, travelling cos i can download my pics. the one i have comes with a docking station that has dvd,cdrw combo drive. i love it. thats as small as i go. the next best small device i like is my nokia. i guess i'm not really a techno freak.

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    Originally posted by Knighthunter



    " Where do you want to go Today?"
    erh......the windows 95 quote. ......

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    Originally posted by ninelives


    erh......the windows 95 quote. ......
    for wince, its
    "how many times did it crash today?"

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    I had a 'seldom use' palm IIIxe

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    Originally posted by maddog


    for wince, its
    "how many times did it crash today?"
    This where the red button marked with "RESET" comes handy...it can brain washed my Jornada in 3 seconds with some amnesia. As long as I am not forcing my PDA to run more than one program at a time it seldom crash. Good thing about Window CE/Pocket 2002 it doesn't need software attachment to synchronize with Outlook 2000.

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    Originally posted by maddog


    for wince, its
    "how many times did it crash today?"
    Use Linux

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    Originally posted by xdivider


    Use Linux
    Are the Linux PDAs ready? Saw some protos earlier this year.

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