Good deal. Handy place to keep track of day to day stuff.
8 May 2011
Summary: It seems to be what I wanted for a little price. By adding an SD card the unit can hold alot of information to latter be used. For someone with a busy schedule, this can help keep track of all the events that might need to be monitored.
Summary: This machine is not a bad machine. When I first got it I was skeptic, I mean I am used to desktops and laptops, and anything smaller is likely to be a pain rather than a boon. It does however work well, it is lightweight and is easy to use. Overall I would buy another, the wireless function is great.
Summary: The wifi works very well. Can do basic websurfing, but it is limited. Cannot facebook or twitter because there is no supported version for this mobile pc. Cannot skype, either. Don't even try. It will lock up the machine. That being said, there are quite a few programs you can still get out there that run very well on it. Coreplayer is a MUST...both for youtube and for playing a wide variety of media files.
Summary: The DELL Axim is a no frills PDA that does what it says. It does a great job with the wi-fi. The receiver is good enough to pull in the weaker signals like the laptop here. Would like software recovery tool and the ability to receive updates, but all in all isa nice unit.
Summary: The X30 is a very good PDA with an internal wifi antenna and quick connection to hot spots. It can perform a host of functions, including running video/movie files, slideshows, act as an MP3 player, keep track of your finances, phone numbers and appointments. It's a convenient size and with an very inexpensive extended battery, can run for hours without a recharge.
Summary: old technology but still useful and easy to use. Easy to sync with a PC and is great to keep up with contacts. Still can be purchased on Dell and HP and are $600, I got one like new on Ebay for $70, great deal!
Summary: What I like is the ability to surf and access windows based applications as if I were using a laptop. This has it's limitations, however, because this is not Windows, but Windows Mobile 2003. The fact that the operating system is 7 years old really shows when you try to download applications and find that they are not compatible. However, I can surf the web using the default browser and open most pages that are not flash based.