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Loving the 214, simple interface, elegant and its a really nice size, i dont need a phone or a camra i have one allready. I want a PDA with a large clear screen, wirless and bluetooth, and have expandable memory. Simple answer its ticks all the boxes.
Ok maby it would be nice to have a manual in the box with more indepth infomation. but thats no technically a fault with the Item.
I think my only main fault with the item is the lack of more programable buttons (but the touch screns size and functions more that make up for this)
software wise its nice to have a devise with PDF viewer installed allready and fully surpoted DVD and video converting software availble for a nice price (save trying for find 3rd party stuff)
The size of the devise is its main pluss viewing any form of media or text is at a comfortable size, typing is easy (no need to play find the correct pixel for the correct letter). and it fits nicly into hte palm, granted anyone with smallhands may find this otherwise.
Having hte bluetooth nad wireless build in is a must have for any viable PDA in this day and age but also the ability to use a bluetooth phone to conect to the internet is a nice touch.
Sound quality is crisp clear tho the main speaker on hte back is a little on the quiet side. But having a standard headphone jack covers this weak point nicly.
I think this PDA will be good for anyone who will use it for taking notes, using it for media, but mainly as a Palm computer for checking e-mails RSS feeds and Gprs.
I wouldnt say that the N95 can be compaired to this in all honesty as the N95 is a mobile camra phone with "want to be " PDA functions.
If you just want somthing for calender entries and taking the odd note just get a better mobile phone.
I wouldnt say that the N95 can be compaired to this in all honesty as