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iPod - Can an ipod Touch replace a Palm as a digital diary


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I have used a Palm Tungsten V as a digital diary for the last few years, is it possible to substitute a palm digital diary with an Ipod Touch.

Does the ipod Touch Sync with Address Book and iCal,

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The Touch isn't quite capable of replacing a Palm, Calendar events (and I think Contacts) cannot be entered on it. This may change in the future if Apple decide to add it, but neither the iPhone or the Touch are close to a Palm PDA in functionality.

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thanks, I guess I will get a new palm then pitty
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