Excerpt: Pocket PC market is still open wide. Many of the Pocket PC You can find in the market, ranging from famous brand to brand that seemed to foreign. Type and type provided also quite diverse, it also with a variety of price ranges. This clearly provide flexibility for consumers to determine the choice.
Excerpt: Acer shouldn't sell their non-reliable computers and should all dispose somewhere.It's really "what you pay, whay you get". All my freinds who buy Acers have bad experience. There are also so many bad reviews of Acer compared to other brands and they look ugly.
Excerpt: As a student, i thought that a PDA might be a great way to organise myself. And it was. For what i paid (£169.99), i thought that what it did was good. I loved the interface, media player, and office. I even managed to get my wireless keyboard working on it!
Excerpt: I bought my acer PDA almost 3 years ago after looking through a variety of similarly priced PDAs, I think that because the brand is less well known it costs less for better specs but I'm not sure. All I know is that at the time every PDA with the same specs was twice the price.
Pros: very customisable
Cons: a little out of date (certainly not obsolite yet though)
Excerpt: I purchased an acer N30 PDA about a year ago, it was the first pocket PC or PDA I'd ever bought, and I have to say I'd recommend it for a first time buyer. The N30 isn't particularly expensive, certainly not for what you get, anyway. So what do you get?
Pros: Cheap, User friendly
Cons: low memory, no wi - fi, 2 . 5mm headphone jack
Excerpt: The Acer N30 PDA is, for me at least, an ideal buddy for the travelling businessman. It is very good at what it does, and does what it does well, but a niggling factor for me is that it is not quite what it is marketed as.
Excerpt: At first glance the Acer n30 looks the part, with a slick body casing, and the new Windows Mobile software 2003SE. However, given that this has been dubbed the "wireless wonder" by Acer, there are several annoying omissions. The first of these is the lack of built-in wifi support.