PDA

View Full Version : Need help deciding...


Aimless
May 22nd, 2007, 15:00
Can someone kindly tell me which PDA is the best in terms of features?

I've outgrown my mobile and was thinking of getting one. Cost no concern.

My focus is on business apps and not interested in symbian.

Have Phun

0xf001
May 23rd, 2007, 08:43
hi,

only a personal opinion ... i have tried to use pdas from hp, and a palm. with all that outlook integratin etc from the company.

somehow i never found it practical to use it. you have a phone with contacts, a laptop with contacts, a pda with contacts, ... and i dont want to carry 2 mobile devices for that. hmm ... i havent seen anybody who uses a pda efficient so far. after a week clicking, and "woah its so cool" people just tend to not really use it, or?
without exception all people i know having a pda have them somewhere in a bag or at home now and .... noone uses it. me, too

anyways, i would be interested in the i-phone

regards, 0xf001

Maximus
May 23rd, 2007, 09:32
...you're not the only one waiting for the all-in-one i-phone

...but I wonder how practical it will be for running?

Silver
May 23rd, 2007, 11:18
I really suggest you try and borrow one for a month. I bought an ipaq 3970 a few years ago when they first came out.

After the novelty wore off I found it was just another gadget to carry around. Less versatile than my laptop, not as useful as my mobile, less convenient than pen and paper.

You might want to look at the Nokia N95 though...

disavowed
May 24th, 2007, 11:15
I love my Audiovox SMT5600. Small form-factor phone with all the functionality of a PDA built in.

evlncrn8
May 24th, 2007, 16:47
p910 is quite nice, its quite tempermental though
if you're intending to code stuff for your phone, a win ce based phone might be the obvious one to go for...

dELTA
May 29th, 2007, 06:16
HTC P3300 is the best I ever saw, all categories, I have one myself and love every minute of it. It even has built-in GPS in that tiny sleak shell! I really recommend you take a look at it.