My spin: Interesting. However, I’ve made up my mind. I want a PDA that can fit in my pocket, with possibly some useful attachments for a small bag (modem, data projector connection, etc). But I do want a light notebook PC for full scale PC use and with attachments for exapndability.
News Clip: NEW YORK – For some time now, the trend in handheld devices has been a blurring of the lines between the dedicated PDA and the wireless mobile phone.
But there’s another path that a few companies have opted to take: blurring the lines between a PDA and a laptop computer. Microsoft’s (nasdaq: MSFT – news – people ) Tablet PC product line and a handful of Web pads are only a few examples.
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