Back when they first hit the market, PDAs were cute little gadgets that replaced your Filofax. But they aren’t necessarily cute or little anymore.
We’ve still got low-end, consumer-focused gadgets. But we’ve also got more powerful–and expensive–models, from Toshiba, HP, Palm, and others, designed–and priced–with the professional market in mind. (full story)
My spin: It’s great that consumers have CHOICE however, PDA might be getting a “Word” complex. So many features but only 10% are used – that’s a waste.
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