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PDA recommendations required
bigtiger60




msg:932485
 1:17 pm on Jan 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

I need some help with buying a new PDA. I need a PDA which is able to carry my Contacts, Calender etc from Outlook on my laptop and update / synchronise from one to the other via usb or bluetooth?
Can it also update and maintain my contacts on my mobile in a similar manner - nokia 6230?
Having read through this site and various others I'm interested in the Tomtom GPRS package - can this run on a PDA or would I need to install it in my car?
Obviously I would like Pocket Windows on it but stylus and handwriting recogition - can I get that too?
Over here in N.Ireland there are no shops which hold a range of PDAs where I can go in and browse so I'm asking existing users for their recommendations as I'll be buying over the 'net.

Please help
bigtiger60

 

bigtiger60




msg:932486
 1:20 pm on Jan 24, 2005 (gmt 0)

More research over the weekend has led me to the Acer n35 Pocket Pc and Navman PiN 300 Pocket Pc.

Has anyone got or used these?

WebWalla




msg:932487
 2:13 pm on Feb 21, 2005 (gmt 0)

I'm very happy with my i-mate PDA2K. Has camera, bluetooth, 4-band GSM/GPRS phone, wi-fi, extendable qwerty keyboard, etc. You could add the TomTom navigator to it,

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