Excerpt: i had bought psion 3a in 96 for my little son it was working very well but in2000 flat cable between monitor and key board was been broken so still my son wants to have other one i kindly request any one pls send to my son other even second hand.
Excerpt: Dear producer, My name is francis uko and l'm from Reupublic of Benin, l like the product revo but by problem is that l expected to use it as a cell phone is only it could use a sim card. All the programs inside are all good and all l hereby ask for is if l can get one that can use sim cards.
Pros: it is too good, portable and ery usefull .
Cons: it cannot use a sim card for those who want to use it s a cell phone .
Excerpt: The psion revo is a small compact pda which i personally use for email with my POP3 account. To connect to this account i use a infrared mobile phone. The Psion Revo contains these prograns: Contacts: To store you contacts with, the tabs can be change to suite your needs Agenda: Keep you organised and can be set to how you want with a bit of preference sorting Email: Great program to send email and receive email on the go Phone: Connect you phone to this PDA and Backup...
Pros: Great For Emailwith a infrared Active Mobile phone
Excerpt: First of all about my use of handheld computers. I have purchased computers for use in schools and this has included a range of handheld computers at the lower end of the price range. Psion 5MX, Psion IIIc, Psion Revo have all featured amongst many other brands. I was quite attached to the Psion 5MX and therefore excited about a lightweight little brother, the Revo.
Excerpt: i wouldn't buy pison ever again after what i have experienced with their service an product. i had send the organizer in for repair. then a payment company (bibit payment service) got 169 euros for the repair from me. after a week i called psion up and they said they didn't receive the organicer. so i called the postal service, they send me the delivery note that they had delivered it to psion.
Excerpt: After my Palm m100 packed up, I nicked my husbands abandoned Psion Revo to use as he was given the new Ipaq from work. At first glance, it’s not very attractive and compact compared to the palm series so I was not used to carrying it around at first but it was better than having to pay £100+ for a new one as this one was still in perfect working condition (after my husband had used it for 4 years).
Excerpt: The Psion Revo is a good little gadget. Not too bulky and lightweight so easy to carry round in a small handbag. There are many features on thie revo. There is the standard diary where you can change the view so you can have a week on view or a month if you want to see things on a largerscale. You can produce 'Word' documents on the Revo which is useful for doing work on the move.
Excerpt: Psion Revo I have bought my first Psion Revo on the market, cost me only £80, and that was cheap then. I did not have the Sync Software by Symbian though i have managed to find and download it on the internet instead of paying £39 for it. So, finally, i had a PDA Psion Revo, Docking Station with it, and an Installed Synchronization software. Specs: Size: 6.18" x 3.11" x .43" in Weight: 7.05oz.
Pros: Lots of Software, Light, Compact, excellent design
Cons: Backlight? and memory prob, besides that its amazing PDA
Excerpt: What's so exciting, you ask? Just look at the picture -- this Psion is actually smaller and is, in my opinion, the coolest looking PDA around, bar none. I mean, look at the dark blue casing accented in silver -- a sexier machine you will not find! This product is being marketed by Psion to go directly against Palm Computing Inc's Palm V. In fact, the Psion is actually only slightly bigger than the Palm V, and fits in your pocket quite easily.
Excerpt: My walk into a world of PDA's, Handhelds and Palms came via an urge to op on the go. I was fed up with, when spending time away from home, and invariably my desk and beloved PC, writing out ideas, or ops in long hand, and then having the arduous task when returning to the comforting hum and the warm glow from the monitor to type the buggers out. Talk about get on my nerves!! However, the urge became too strong to resist last year around October time. And ....