Talking about Palms....

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Thread: Talking about Palms....

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    Talking Talking about Palms....

    I'm curious to how many people here have a Palm or a Handspring or another PDA...

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    Im gonna wait until I have more information on how secure Palms are.... In fact im gonna go make a post right now

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    My fiance gave me a visor for our engagement & it rocks. I love the versatility of the springboard port!
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    I currently have an compaq iPaq. My opinion? The ipaq kicks palms and other pda's asses. Even though it runs on a windows based OS, it still is good, and plus you can install a linux based OS if you want to.
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    Dont have but i want an iPAQ, put linux on it....... then telnet to my server

    fun

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    Started with an HP palmtop back in 97. Didn't like it so I got rid of it a couple months later. Then got a Visor Delux in 2000. Replaced that with a Visor Prism in 2001. Now, I am using a Sharp SD5000. It is already running linux so....
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    I got a palm m100. works good and handy to have, but of course could be better
    thinking........

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    i develop programs for the palm pilot, mostly educational programs and utilities for the medical industry

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    I've had my Palm since xmas and have it with me wherever I go....

    I do wish that I could put Linux on it and have actually looked over the net for anything....

    Also, I must admit, PDA's like iPaq and Visio have their advantages since they support windows based programs....such as PocketDoom (Wish I had that!)

    But, I have noticed that the battery life on other PDA's, especially color ones, don't seem to last. Someone I know purchased a Casio and it's battery life is approx a little under 1 hour....
    Those who have PDA's that are not Palm, how long does your battery last?

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    linux for the palm is around somewhere, were actually going t oswitch to it here

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