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    Zadrac
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    Hello every body. I have separate PDA *Palm T/X and a phone Motorla V3. Some of my friends are trying to convince me on getting a new 2 in 1. I want to hear your opinions regarding this.

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    Re: Separate Cell Phone and PDA_

    Quote Originally Posted by Zadrac View Post
    Hello every body. I have separate PDA *Palm T/X and a phone Motorla V3. Some of my friends are trying to convince me on getting a new 2 in 1. I want to hear your opinions regarding this.

    Thank you
    Hi there, I was exactly in the same postion 2 years back with an IPAQ 2415 and a Nokia 6131. Prior to that I had been using Palm PDAs ever since they came out.

    I decided to combine devices also and got the Blackjack. It worked well but was a little limited in PDA functions being technically not a "PDAPhone" but a "smatPhone". I then went to the Treo 750 and have never looked back since.

    Go for it.



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    Thank you. When you mention that you were limited in your PDA use, copuld you elaborate a little. My PDA is very useful in my everyday tasks. Thanks again



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    Re: Separate Cell Phone and PDA_

    Quote Originally Posted by Zadrac View Post
    Thank you. When you mention that you were limited in your PDA use, copuld you elaborate a little. My PDA is very useful in my everyday tasks. Thanks again
    I meant the Blackjack was limited in it's PDA functions. For example it did not have any cut & paste and I missed a touch screen.

    All the true PDAPhones out on the market like the Treo 750 etc are a full blown PDA and offer everything that a PDA does.

    I am very dependent on my PDA also.



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