Summary: This is an excellent Palm Pilot although an older model. It is larger and heavier than most units. It is also slow calling up some screens probably due to a slow processor. For a price approaching its lest ($500+), it would be way overpriced. For around $50, its a reasonable deal.
Summary: I got my Clie for evaluation purposes as part of a grant proposal that I was working on and really didn't see what the big to-do over PDAs was all about. Then I fell in love. This baby became an integral part of my life, until someone stole it from my office (and broke my heart).
Summary: The Sony Clie PEG-nr70v does not have all the bells and whistles. No wi-fi or bluetooth. It does give all the outlook programs like notes, contacts, to do list and it also has a document viewer and excel viewer.
Summary: Released on: 04/01/2002 Even though the original price of this PDA was $600.00 back in its day, I would have hesitated on the purchase, but after using one of these units, I have to rate it a 9 stars out of 10.
Summary: This is a case of its a shame Sony pulled the plug on a great product. I bought it to help keep work organized. I know there are newer pda's that function as a phone as well, but I wanted a seperate unit for this...no phone attached.
Summary: this is my first pda. I only got it because it is compatible with my weight watchers program. It has a lot of great features that I will probably never use. One neat feature is that it also functions as a television remote. My daughter freaked her teacher out at school with that one. LOL.
Summary: I purchased this model as an upgrade from another Clie that I had. I bought it also for the MP3 ability. I do not need a lot of storage, but having some songs available when you want to listen is great. It sync's very easily. Screen is big and bright.
Summary: This PDA is very good for "basic" PDA use and then some. The screen is bright and defitely larger compared to regular palms &/or other PDA for that matter. my only comment is it lacks wifi and bluetooth, its a good thing theres the NX and NZ series.