Pocket PC

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  1. VBGOD

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  2. VBGOD

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    Yeah... it's not the $600 one.
     
  3. glide

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    I've got a Jornada/Jordana that I never use :o
     
  4. VBGOD

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    Me too! I love it though. The only problem is that it won't accept the compact .NET Framework. :(
     
  5. fridexter

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    Damn, that looks pretty nice.
     
  6. glide

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    I don't know what that is :o
     
  7. VBGOD

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    The "compact .NET Framework" allows you to run your mobile .NET programs on a hand held device. It's a real shame, but basically I get a big "Fuck you, your device is too old for such an update". Oh well...
     
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    i just got this one here works well for what i need it for

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    :bigthumb:
     
  9. VBGOD

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    Not bad...
     
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    no not at all i got it for free when i ordered my new dell computer for my buisness :)


    lol
     
  11. Kash

    Kash me > *

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    ppc > *
     
  12. Marcos

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    Looking at some of the new pocketPCs, they are quite small for their power. I would consider one.

    ....if sony made one
     
  13. DatacomGuy

    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    I got a Compaq iPAQ H3835 and LOVE IT TO DEATH. Retailed at $600 brand new when I get it, and I also got the PCMCIA/PC Card expansion pack, a wireless card, and a few other goodies... Won't give this thing up for the world.
     
  14. Rob

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    For some reason I could never see myself using something like that. :dunno:
     
  15. JWolfe

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    Has anyone used both a PPC and a Palm OS-based PDA? I have a Handspring Prism which is useful but I keep thinking that it really should be more powerful and user-friendly.
    Any comments?
     
  16. vudoodoodoo

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    I have a Copaq iPaq 3835 for sale. Cheap!
     
  17. DatacomGuy

    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    I had a Handspring Visor (the pretty orange one) before the PPC... VERY glad I ditched that thing.. Couldn't do 5% of what the PPC can do...
     
  18. Tom Ridge

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    I *heart* my Dell Axim Advanced.
     
  19. Marcos

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    Who makes the best+smallest ppcs?

    Include pics with suggestions
     
  20. ZeeMox

    ZeeMox Opinions are like assholes. Fuck em. OT Supporter

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    Playing SNES on my HP iPaq 2215

    :eek3: didn't even know they had emulators for pocket PC's. Ownage.
     
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    sweet battery life :hs:
     
  23. Atooraya

    Atooraya I'm here to rustle jimmies and chew bubble gum. I'

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    Ya, runs great on my dell axim, i juse need to find a control or something :(
     
  25. Atooraya

    Atooraya I'm here to rustle jimmies and chew bubble gum. I'

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    btw, i have the ipaq 1945

    $200 cheaper and just as cool :big grin:
     

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