> "Mousetater" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Never having had a PDA, I'm looking at this one. Multimedia storage.
>> wifi/etc. looks good fo rthe $$. Can anyone tell me how you input info,
>> without a keyboard? Say, instant messaging or just composing a brief
>> Is it that Graffitti program??
>> Any info on this unit would be helpful. Especially in conjunction with a
> Thanks, how well does it "surf" the net?? I read complaints about pages
> reloading, etc.
> Given you have received a good wifi signal, can you surf/read pages/email
> like on internet explorer?
Internet Explorer is /not/ the Internet. If you want to use a good browser
for an analogy, Firefox would be a better example.
You have several issues when surfing on the PDA:
-Pages that are poorly built, e.g.:
o Require a large display
o Deny, by principle, access to certain browsers
o Too heavy due to unoptimised content (2)
o Related especially to point (2)
o Related to (1) and (2)
If you stick to sites like google.X and follow through to pages that are
said to be small in size (results have the target size in kilobytes
adjacent to them in the SERP), you will be okay. Don't stick to sites that
fail to understand the Web as they will only lead you to frustration.
Roy S. Schestowitz