Technology DELL Pocket PC???????????

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    PsyDRxPnow said:
    I am considering purchasing the 624 MHz X38 Dell Pocket PC. Any opinions or suggestions are welcomed.

    Hi. I've had a Dell X30 (624 Mghz, Bluetooth and Wifi for almost 5 months now. It's great in my opinion. For the features it has, you will NOT find a cheaper pocket pc (and believe me, I looked).

    It will have Windows Mobile 2003 SE (second edition), which means you can have portrait/landscape mode changed in just a click of a button, enhanced wireless (very cool feature by the way; checking your email on the road near any free wireless connection (for eg, plenty of those in Manhattan) ), and much more that I don't really fully comprehend.

    With a 512 MB or even a 1GB SD card, you don't even need an Ipod or an MP3 player. You can also download a free encyclopedia (wikipedia) on this SD card (takes about 180 MB for the Dec2003 edition). That simply is awesome. An encyclopedia that you take wherever you go.

    Pocket Pc's rock!! I can't believe my wish came true when I used to see Star Trek staff carry small gadgets that looked like PDA's!!
     

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      Hani said:
      Hi. I've had a Dell X30 (624 Mghz, Bluetooth and Wifi for almost 5 months now. It's great in my opinion. For the features it has, you will NOT find a cheaper pocket pc (and believe me, I looked).

      It will have Windows Mobile 2003 SE (second edition), which means you can have portrait/landscape mode changed in just a click of a button, enhanced wireless (very cool feature by the way; checking your email on the road near any free wireless connection (for eg, plenty of those in Manhattan) ), and much more that I don't really fully comprehend.

      With a 512 MB or even a 1GB SD card, you don't even need an Ipod or an MP3 player. You can also download a free encyclopedia (wikipedia) on this SD card (takes about 180 MB for the Dec2003 edition). That simply is awesome. An encyclopedia that you take wherever you go.

      Pocket Pc's rock!! I can't believe my wish came true when I used to see Star Trek staff carry small gadgets that looked like PDA's!!

      Hey Hani

      Hani is actually my brother’s name. Thanks for the advice you are right. I have bought the Axim and I love it. It looks great and you cannot beat the features that come with it for the price that I have paid for it.
       
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        Another vote for the x50v. If you get it, be sure to get the free program that lets you convert to true VGA. As it's packaged, you'll only get standard resolution, but when you convert to full VGA it becomes incredibly useful...web and document browsing are nearly as easy as on a full computer.
         

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          PsyDRxPnow said:
          I am considering purchasing the 624 MHz X38 Dell Pocket PC. Any opinions or suggestions are welcomed.


          Several of my coworkers use the X30 and they love it. But they've had the occasional technical glitch. One had to return it to Dell and have it replaced.

          I use the HP Ipaq 4155 - significantly smaller than the X30, same features. The processor is slower (400) but my Dell-using friends tell me that the faster processor uses the battery more quickly so they turn on the slower option to reduce it to half that. And they rarely notice the difference.

          But the HP is more expensive. I'm sure you'll be very happy with the Dell.
           
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