Summary: I absolutely LOVE my Axim X30! I got the 64mb unit with WiFi. My primary purpose was to use it as an ebook reader. I got mine used - and it did not include the CD - so I can't sync it to my computer - so I am limited to programs I can download onto it.
Summary: Dell certainly knows what it's doing when it comes to computing, but when it comes to PDA's their not too far off the mark. All they need to do is add some more storage space and voila!, perfection. The Axim is "user friendly" all the way down the line.
Summary: This is a very excellent pda machine for its time. Meaning that when WinMobile 203 was released- I would gauge that this pda was the best that it has to offer. Now that there are pda's that have very large sdhc capacity sd-cards; this has been the bain of my ownership of this device.
Summary: I went looking for a good Windows based PDA, and found it in the Dell Axim X30. When you get one, make sure of a few key, but optional features. One, check the CPU and RAM the particular model you're looking at has.
Summary: OK, well I purchased this Dell Axim simply because it had WiFi so I could surf the net in bed or around the house without having to get my laptop. Anyway, it was great. Game formatted with Windows 2003 SE, was usable straight out of the box.
Summary: I traded my HP Ipaq for the Dell Axim X30 a while back. The axim was easier to navigate, and the wireless (wi-fi) turned on and off easier than the Ipaq. The batteries seem to last the same amount of time, and the accessories are easily attainable, however, the look and feel of the Axim was fitting...
Summary: I use the Dell Axim pda for work everyday as a field service tech, I loaded my service manuals onto sd memory cards. It works great, very fast at loading them, battery life is avg. I think about 2 hrs but that is using it off and on for 15 to 30 min.
Summary: I chose the Axim X30 for a few specific reasons: 624 MHz processor, WiFi, and WM2003SE OS. (I don't care for the WM5 OS as it doesn't support some software that I currently use and I was unable to find adequate substitutions.
Summary: I would give this tidy little unit an excellent except that I can't get the wireless to work. It finds my network at home and at work but I can't seem to get it to accept my WEP keys. It won't go online. I have tried turning my encryption off at home but that didn't work either.
Summary: I was a devout HP IPAQ user. My latest IPAQ was a 2215. So, most of my comparisons in this review are based on my knowledge of the 2215. I did some research on the AXIM and zeroed in on the X30 High. The High version includes the cradle, Bluetooth and WiFi.