In this case a utility is certainly a gadget as without it all my information would not be able to be read on a PDA. A small task perhaps but vital so this utility is a gadget to move my vital information.
A handheld unit for considerably less than the psychological £100 price barrier puts this unit almost into the impulse buy sector. Is it a true handheld or simply a toy?
My move over to the Palm platform with Sony's Clie TH55. First Impressions after one week out of the box
A new departure for a handheld device the ability to work landscape as well as portrait, this more powerful machine looks the part and I am sure will be every yuppies desire, that is if there are still such people.
Whatever flavour of PDA you use it is probably very different from a year or so ago. Certainly the Tungsten E has a lot more to offer at a greatly reduced price than when I got my 5X.
The New XDA II - Is it worth upgrading? Is it that different or simply polishing the original? Tom Ball writes about why for a certain group of people, the time has come.
Bought myself a Belkin Wireless PDA Keyboard which has already proved usefull in 2 meetings.
It is compatible with HP iPAQ, Toshiba, Dell, Palm, Sony and my Viewsonic.
After the initial problems of working it out I've been pleased with it.
It also looks cool when you turn up to a meeting and you really can take minutes of a meeting on your PDA.
Most will know this is one huge plus for HP that came out of the merger with Compaq. Although I have used several Pocket PC’s I have never before used an iPAQ.