So you want a PDA. Which one? Should you splash out on the most expensive one or plump for the cheapest you can find, and will either of these make you happy? Take a moment to find out at PDA Central.
(PRWEB) July 6, 2005 -- The good news is that while there are a lot of models
on the market, there are fewer differences between the two main operating
systems that run them — Palm and Pocket PC — than ever before. That's good news
because your most critical applications, including your personal information
manager or PIM, will easily sync with both operating systems. That wasn't always
PDA's are fast becoming an integral part of our daily lives, enabling us to read, and send emails on the fly. Not only that but you can also integrate your diary in the office with your PDA as you drive to various appointments. But how do you know which PDA to choose? Which one has just the right mix of features, battery life and functionality that you're looking for?
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