So basically I want it to have an intergrated GPS receiver, preferably one that doesn't fold out, built in WiFi, VGA resolution (640x480+) and that's about it.... Today, in that range, I'd go: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16858101138 Jul 31, 2006 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Mike - Been Converged? The models you reference are fine, but I'd think about sending you teh Palm OS route if battery life is critical to you. http://wphomeguide.com/need-help/need-help-with-choosing-ram.php
Bluetooth only has a range of about 10 feet. Do you prefer a QWERTY keyboard, numeric dial-pad, or stylus? Are you locked into a mobile carrier (i.e. I haven't used the other phones much. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/need-help-choosing-a-pda-129585/
Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. Just have a Kyocera 2325. 2. Since I posted this I've actually been looking at the Dell web site at the Axim X50v.
I've been using the calendaring feature in my cellphone for reminders. For purchasing advice, I think Dell is one of the more competively priced brands for PocketPCs - the bang for your buck factor is higher than HP's. I'm pretty sure I want a PocketPC, not a Palm, unless you've got some good reasons why I should consider one. Locked into Verizon Wireless 3.
All I'm saying is talior the solution to your real needs -- don't just buy a brick and then expect your entire life to fall into place.posted by zpousman at 8:21 Discussions include mobile phones and smart phones, choosing a service provider, bluetooth headsets, ring tones, and other phone-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion need help choosing a pda by jfreeblade You can read threads as a guest, but you have to register before you can post. Or you could get a Series 60 mobile phone.
What types of devices? Check out this site for Palm freeware and this site for PocketPC freeware for a comparison. Last Post By alanmore (2 replies) in Apple (iPhone) View More... -- Cell Phone Forums vb4 -- vBulletin default -- Default Mobile Style Find us on Google+ Contact Us News Archive I just want to spend my limited funds wisely.
Reliability/warranty issues? http://ask.metafilter.com/14664/Help-choosing-a-PDA How do I delete text messages? It'll be inexpensive and the battery will last weeks between charges.posted by AlexReynolds at 10:52 PM on February 1, 2005 I recommend Palm as well. z31 only has 160x160-color screen-Documents To Go 6 Premium.
Due to different system, it is... check my blog Kiss_My_Karma~Joined: 7/4/2005Msg: 3Tech-tarded need help choosing a PDA Posted: 8/16/2008 8:46:23 PMWell see now here is where the title of the thread comes into play (tech-tarded). What I miss? June 19, 2007 Tags PDA PocketPC Palm Share Twitter Facebook
I'm in a WiFi environment yet never use the WiFi (the browsing experience is terrible). I'm with omnidrew and terrapin -- get a cheap starter model to see if it really fits with how you want to use it.posted by Zed_Lopez at 9:13 AM on February Hope this was helpful.posted by EatenByAGrue at 11:28 PM on February 1, 2005 I'd throw my hat into the Palm camp as well, but I've never been a PocketPC user, so this content As you can see I am still pushing the Treo, I have had it for almost 13 months, the longest ever I have owned any phone with any provider, the second
Do you travel internationally... Their mobile OS is very stable and versatile. It takes too long to do the things I want, I don't use the add-on junk, I'm still using very little memory (it's enough for all I need it to do).
That's the average. It's virtually unchanged today, years later, which is a testament to the quality. I've definitely narrowed it down to the Trio 750, Blackberry 8310, or the Moto Q Global. Handy feature comparison chart of all current Palm familes (Zire, Tungsten, Treos) here.posted by robbie01 at 11:33 PM on February 1, 2005 I'll throw in a vote for Pocket PCs...I bought
A WM device usually locks of because too many applications are open at any one time. You can tell that a lot of effort and testing was put into making that part of the system intuitive and simple, when that was all the software there was. I do not really want web usage, so that's why the Tungsten and the other new Palm didn't really interest me. have a peek at these guys What kind...
I've never used wireless data access. 7. What is your size preference.. I know some people who did the same with their Palm, but much, much, fewer.posted by grouse at 7:37 AM on February 2, 2005 Yahoo! Don't u mean PDF files instead of PDA?
Do keep in mind I am a very happy Treo 750 owner, so it may come across a tad bit biased. I am not sure if you have seen this, but this might help decision making easier: Treo 750 vs Motorola Q vs BB Curve.
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