Has it uses but reaching the end of life in many respects.
2 November 2012
Summary: This was a good deal I upgraded to wm5 and its working fine, the X50V is not much different than the 51 maybe just operating system so you can buy them much less in price. I recommend this model but basically your own your own no support anywhere and getting harder to find software sights for it.
Summary: This Pocket PC came in looking new and works great. I needed it for work because ever since smartphones arrived I have not had much use for one in my personal life. This one could last a very long time.
Summary: I use it every day to keep track of my schedule, my contact list, and other lists of information that I need at my fingertips. I haven't been able to get WiFi on it, although I had an expert try. It does have some limitations, such as removing an automatic meeting notice when I made an error but maybe there is a way to resolve the problem if I look at the book. Otherwise, it is just what I wanted in a PDA.
Summary: This is not my first Dell Axim, and as long as I can find them, it won't be my last. I opted for a "smart phone" and put up my PDA, and found it wasn't so smart after all. With a Dell X50v, I have all the mobility, the web access, and the apps I need, and I never get interrupted, or lose unsaved work, by that annoying pop-up message about incoming calls or messages.
Summary: I am so happy with this PDA. I was able to find and download what I needed on my PC in-order to utilize it to it's full potential and quickly sync it to my Outlook calendar & email. Now I can take my schedule with me everywhere and avoid conflicts in scheduling. I decided to purchase this PDA after several weeks of reading reviews on different PDAs.