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    rebz
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    Do you PDA?
    Okay, So I've been thinking of getting myself a new toy, and while my iPod(3G 30GB) is out of date, and my camera is only 4MP, I am content with the quality of both at the moment. Years ago I had a Palm M100 that I used in high school to keep track of notes. Being a college student now, the organizer and other features could come in more handy now. While I have a PC, my laptop is the new powerbook G4, and I was thinking about which palm/ppc device would be the best in the market now. I am looking for upgradability, like SD slots for GPS/WiFi for later. Which PDA do you have, what do you use it for, how compatible are they with iCal, and Address Book?

    Yada Yada, if you have any information, that'd be great!

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    I use an old *** Sony Clie. No colour, no nothing. Keeps my engagements and contact information, that's about it. Haven't carried it around it in a bit but I think I should. Then again carrying a mobile phone & PDA can get quite tiresome. I need a smart phone.

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    How bout a 12" iBook. It's small!


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    Something like is?



    I'm still waiting for something that has a OS that as kewl as this to come on the scene. something that actually remembers and learns the way you write. Dont say it's not possible, cause Apple did it with the brick sized Newton. Doomed to flop but state of the art in it's time.
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    I still have a newton but I use a Palm Tungsten C and it is a great little PDA. 802.11b built in, keyboard built in, color screen, SD reader. Syncs perfectly fine with iCal and Address Book
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    rebz
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    Quote Originally Posted by trpnmonkey41
    I still have a newton but I use a Palm Tungsten C and it is a great little PDA. 802.11b built in, keyboard built in, color screen, SD reader. Syncs perfectly fine with iCal and Address Book
    do you use any extra palm apps? i was worried that the only "extras" that had anything to do with syncing with the computer would be more windows based. what do you use it for? etc. do you use any accessories with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trpnmonkey41
    I still have a newton but I use a Palm Tungsten C and it is a great little PDA. 802.11b built in, keyboard built in, color screen, SD reader. Syncs perfectly fine with iCal and Address Book
    how about a matching....

    http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/sho...1530#post61530

    :alien:

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    I like my tungsten T, it is pretty old but it is small and built well so I am not planning on upgrading any time soon.

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    I have an iPaq 2215.

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    Cloudane
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    I have an iPaq but hardly ever use it, especially now having a 12" Powerbook.

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    try http://www.the-gadgeteer.com/ they have pretty reliable reviews, and test info.
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    thanks!

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    I have an iPaq 2210/2215, but now that I have a PB 12", I don't really use it just because it is more difficult to sync (I believe it can be done, but you have to have MissingSync or something?).

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