Summary: I beg to differ with other reviewers that are pro Pocket PC. I am sure that whatever you are used to is going to "feel intuitive". However, these have a simplicity that is essential when dealing with such a small device. I strongly recommend Palm OS and see it as the only real choice.
Pros: It has Palm OS. There is no comparing the quality of the basics with the cluttered Pocket PC.
Cons: It is rather expensive, should easily be 1/4 cheaper than it is. It should include a craddle and more fully embrace it's simple character.
Pros: Small, durable, good battery life, and bluetooth-enabled. Nice colors, nice screen intensity.
Cons: NOISY SCREEN! Look for pxaclocker or another program to modulate the chip clockspeed up or down in order to hush it down. If you can hush the screen, it's then a perfect PDA. Otherwise, very nice.
Summary: Doesn't have a ton of memory, but I don't use it for music storage - only for work functions (it synchs with outlook, which is nice). I've owned WinCE devices in the past, but the PalmOS is easier to use.
Pros: This is a nice little PDA for the money. I was looking for something small that I could put in my pocket and it wouldn't pull my pants down, and this is it. Great screen, really easy set-up.
Cons: When I read the description, I was picturing a PDA slightly bigger than my Razr phone. Well, this is about 30% bigger than the razr, but not much heavier. In retrospect, I'm glad it's this big because the screen is a nice size.
Summary: For the money, this is undoubtedly the best value on the market today. It is very quick, simple to operate and you do not need a degree in advanced geekism to understand how to use it. It is commendably light and small, but does need a separate memory card to use it to its best advantage.