__/ [ DervMan ] on Thursday 02 March 2006 18:34 \__
> I like combination devices. To cut a long story short I chopped in a
> Tungsten W for a handset and Tungsten T2 combination (primarily because I
> had a need for a GPS solution). Now that PDAs are readily available with
> Bluetooth at sensible money I'm thinking it's time to switch back...
> ..but to what? The Treo 650 is the logical solution I suppose, but really,
> I want something like the Tungsten W but with internal Bluetooth.
> I don't need WiFi, I do need Bluetooth for a wireless headset. The
> operating system isn't a priority any more, I have preferred PalmOS owing
> applications I run but that doesn't have to continue. My GPS software is
> available in PPC and PalmOS flavours, finding it for Symbian (or whatever)
> may not be a problem.
> I make a lot of notes and really really appreciate my Palm Portable
> with the T|T2. I didn't really get on all that well with the Tungsten W's
> keyboard, it felt too cramped - I don't really want a similar sized
> keyboard, although if the Treo 650 really is all that wonderful then maybe
> just maybe I could bend the rule! :)
> I'm open to ideas. Money is an object, naturally. :p
If you can tolerate high latency and need high storage capacity, the
LifeDrive might be the right unit for you. Be warened however. It has many
deficiencies. A combination of devices is rarely ideal. Neither does it have
a lower, nor it is pragmatic.
Hope it helps,
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