Excerpt: Work supply these - if it were my choice, I'd go for the Toshiba (with an extra charger!) - Advantages: Functionality, Style / Design, Good Battery Life - Disadvantages: Size (Especially with exapnsion jackets), Limited expansion without resorting to jackets, limited colour compared with other PDAs
Excerpt: The best PDA that i've used - Advantages: Colour screen, A lot of accessories available for this machine, Almost the same functionality as an lap top/notebook - Disadvantages: Expansion jacket and extra compact flash memory very expensive, Compact flash modem too expensive, Power drains out so...
Excerpt: I’ve almost written about every electronic device or appliance that I possess, expect for my PDA, which I got during the first week of this month. I work in the Export business so the company decided to replace my existing Laptop with a newer version.
Excerpt: I recently got my hands on an ipaq and was really impressed by the power. Model H3630 come with 32 MB of memory, which is quite a bit to begin with. The size and wait was really nice, not too heavy and not too wide.
Excerpt: I was one of the cynics - make an appointment with anyone with a PDA or similar and it was hard work. A diary with a removable address section and a small notebook and pen and I figured I was as well organised as anyone.
Excerpt: If it doesnt work, what use is it ! - Advantages: Handwriting software great, Colour good, Toch screen good - Disadvantages: Syncronisation with MS (Outllok etc) doesnt work and Compaq cant help, Too expensive, Batery life good, but it loses everything if you leave it unconnected to power for too...
Cons: "Batery life good, but it loses everything if you leave it unconnected to power for too long (1 week ie hols!)"
Excerpt: This little gem has bene inmy posession for four months and I am only just beginning to learn the value of it. Okay it has Windows CE plus pocket versions of Word and Excel (both excellent), but where this product comes into its' own is 3 different things: 1.
Excerpt: This review has been written after three months intensive use of the iPAQ. I’ve found it to be a very reliable machine, with a vast range of features. My questions would be about the general useability of PDAs, and at the end of the review I’ve expressed some concerns about the concept – would you...
Excerpt: Compaq's iPAQ is going to be the gadget to have in 2001. But this PDA isn't just for gadget fans - most people will find it useful and easy to use. In the past PDAs have never done quite enough to make them great value for money. But now the market has evolved.
Pros: Clear Screen, Great finish and build quality
Cons: Price, MS Money limitations, MS Reader limitations