Anchor Desk: Not laptop, not PDA: Should you buy a tweener?

My spin: Hmmm. I love my PDA and its useful accessories. Notebooks are good but needed less and less. Something in the middle would be nice…I’ll think about this a bit and consider one for myself.
News Clip: Are you a “tweener?” That is, could you use a computing device that’s smaller than a traditional laptop but does more than a PDA? Do you wish there was something on the market that fit between those two portable extremes?
“Tweener” is the term that’s been coined to describe machines that aren’t PDAs, but aren’t mini-notebooks, either. Right now, these machines are niche products more likely to be provided by your company than something you’d buy for yourself. But if they catch on, more consumer-friendly models might emerge. (full story)

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