[internetworkers] Older PDAs
merlin180 at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 23 20:41:51 EDT 2006
>> Why carry around several devices if you can get it all in one?
I tried that approach a few years back with the Kyocera 6035.
For me it was too much of a compromise - as a PDA it was too small, as a
phone it was *wayyyyy* too big and bulky.
I switched back to a compact flip phone as soon as I could - I haven't yet
replaced the PDA part so maybe I'm just not a PDA type of person
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger Austin" <raustin3 at nc.rr.com>
To: <cmccarthy1 at nc.rr.com>; "Internetworkers:
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Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: [internetworkers] Older PDAs
> Colleen McCarthy wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>> A fiend of mine just bought an older PDA (I think it was a Palm 5) on
>> eBay for $18.00. I am looking for a PDA also-- just an electronic
>> address book that will synch with my Outlook Contacts. I know that many
>> of you have had PDAs for many years. If any of you could offer answers
>> to these questions, I would appreciate it :)!
>> Is there anything else that I might want?
>> How much memory should I look for?
>> What accessories should I look for?
>> Is there anything that I should avoid?
> I would look at cell phones. If you already carry one anyway,
> why not have the PDA functions in your phone? You might be able
> to upgrade with your current carrier to a new model that would
> offer PDA capabilities. Why carry around several devices if you
> can get it all in one?
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