__/ [Chip Anderson] on Saturday 15 October 2005 13:26 \__
> Jim Anderson <fro2750@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
>> In article <m7Ghe.18$VS6.14@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>> rprood@xxxxxxxxxxx says...
>>> Anyone have a feeling of whic would be preferred. Need wifi.
>> No one can make that choice for you, it is personal preference.
> That may be so, but it is nice to have lots of information to help in
> making decisions.
In that case ,the OP (you?) needs to provide some further details about
his/her needs. Getting lots of information about the Axim and LifeDrive is
something the Internet is sufficiently good at. The unknown part of this
'equation' is the need of the user. The user must not expect the community
to base its decision (i.e. recommendation) based on the device itself
without tailoring that advice to the prospective customer and his/her
perceived uses of the device.
Sometimes we know the correct solution/answer all along, but only ask to
receive confirmation or reassurance.
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