Summary: I love how easy it is to navigate and sync with my Vista laptop. Adding the ebook reader software was easy, it also comes with Microsoft reader. My battery is not the best, so I have to plug it in most of the time. I have also decided to use it as an organizer, which is really handy. I like the sd slot. Would be the best if it was wifi, but for the price, a very well made item.
Summary: This was my first pocket pc it's old but works great i was able to still find support & manual.Had fun trying to program it & after i finally made it ,I purchased another one for a birthday gift This will also be a first pocket pc for the birthday person!!
Summary: I'd have to rate this product overall as good. An older model so be prepared that it doesn't have a backup battery and if you have to replace the battery you have to open up the unit to replace it. If you aren't squeamish about opening up the case it's a very good product.
Summary: I like the size, screen and functionality. I purchased it due to its size and the fact that it ran the Pocket PC OS, which syncs quite well with Outlook. Pocket Word and Excel work well too. I did have to download a new driver and the latest version of ActiveSync for it to work properly, but that was easy after I figured out that is what I needed to do. The Toshiba Tech page is well laid out, so finding the driver was easy.
PDA's and Handheld Computers Review Toshiba Pocket Pc E310
16 May 2002
Summary: I have owned my e310 now for about three years and must say that i have been very impressed. I am a small homebuilder who actually works out of my truck so it doesn't get the best treatment from me but it has never let me down. I load subcontractor lists, excel spreadsheets, letters,and tons of other information and it performs very well for me. The customer service is as great as the product.
Pros: user friendly, not too expensive, long battery life
Excerpt: "Toshiba e310, is consequently E330 with few improvements like extra 32MB memory and a 300mhz CPU instead of 206Mhz on e310. overall looks and afeel is the same. I have to say straight away, - This is a greatest PDA, or should I say Pocket Computer I’ve had so far. The Design, well, it Is quite stylish, by means of being very thin, light. But. The could be some alterations done to the design, so it would be easier to hold it, and more innovative ...
Excerpt: "...with the introduction of the Toshiba e310 Pocket PC. Toshiba, though not that well known in this part of the world as a PDA maker (its Pocket PC models were not brought in till now), has actually been fairly innovative in its handheld designs – for example, Toshiba was the first to integrate both a CompactFlash AND Secure Digital (SD) slot in its Pocket PCs; the first to introduce an XScale processor handheld; and the first to offer a 4in LCD screen ...
Pros: well - designed, strong infrared, very crisp, clear screen .
Cons: Software bundle pretty basic, screen could be bigger