I’ve been using Palm’s Treo 600 on Sprint’s Network (very good technical support on the phone).
One of the most powerful programs is email and document viewing/editing.
For months I’ve used Data Viz’s Documents to Go to write articles for smallbiztechnology.com and other media.
Documents to Go is a POWERFUL tool that lets you work in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
The other tool I’ve just downloaded is the email client Snapper Mail. I’m using the free demo version for now.
The power of your SOFTWARE and the quality of your NETWORK (mine is Sprint) is what can make or break your mobile computing experience.
For my notebook computer (which a PDA can NEVER replace) I’ll be installing a VPN client so I can securely (and for free) connect to my desktop computer when needed.
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