Shopping Picks tagged pdas & handheld devices
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Introducing the successor to last year's Nokia N800 Internet tablet, the N810. The pocket-sized, 8-ounce device gives you portable Internet access, with automatic connections to saved Wi-Fi hotspots. It's got a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, as well as a built-in webcam, GPS application, 2GB of internal memory (with an expansion slot that holds cards up to 8GB), Bluetooth, and Rhapsody and Skype support. It's like all the best parts of a laptop in a much... more
If you're a Sprint customer looking for an affordable smartphone, then you should check out the brand-new Palm Centro. It's Palm's smallest smartphone yet (not all heavy and bulky like the Treo), and it costs just $99.99 when you sign a 2-year contract. The Centro is at once a phone, electronic organizer, and work tool, since it comes with Documents to Go, which lets you open, create, and edit Word and Excel files, and... more
Finally, a Treo that costs less than an iPod, and which doesn't have that stubby antenna. Designed more for everyday folks than for corporate CEOs, the Palm Treo 680 is a quad-band GSM smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and integrated Bluetooth. It runs Palm OS 5.4.9 and supports Cingular's EDGE network for faster web browsing and downloads. But it lacks integrated Wi-Fi, and the VGA camera doesn't take great pictures. The Treo 680... more
Have you heard about the Sony Mylo? It's a gadget that connects to WiFi networks, so you can IM, email, surf the Web, or make internet phone calls - for free - from anywhere. The Mylo isn't a phone, but rather a "personal communicator" that lets younger people stay in touch 24/7; its "What's Up" screen tells you who's online and the slide-out QWERTY keyboard is easy to use. The Mylo is also an... more
Problem: You have one family PC, and your kids are on it constantly - having instant message conversations with their friends. Solution: The handheld K-Byte Zipit wireless instant messenger. It connects to any home Wi-Fi network or free hotspot, so kids can chat wirelessly (and you can get back to your solitaire game). The Zipit has a QWERTY keyboard, multiple security features, and works with all major instant messaging programs. It comes in several... more
Palm released the TX the same day Apple released the new iPod. Both cost $299 and play music and videos. But with a bigger screen and built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology, the TX is designed for work as well as entertainment. With the Palm TX you can surf the Web, check email, view photos, listen to MP3s, watch video clips, get orgainzed, and play games on the go. More PDAs.
Today Palm releases the Z22, a PDA designed for people who have never used a PDA before. Just $99 for a lightweight (only 3 ounces!), easy-to-use PDA with 32MB of memory and a huge color screen. The Z22 will help you keep track of appointments, addresses, to-do-lists, birthdays, restaurants you want to check out, and other notes. And it will store and display hundreds of your digital photos. Browse our handhelds department.