Advantages packed full of features, long battery life, easy to use
Disadvantages poor memory capacity, volume could be louder
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I've owned my iPaq RX1950 for nearly 3 months, it being a kind gift from my managing director at Christmas by way of saying thank you for all your hard work, now work a bit harder when you are out of the office!! Needless to say such a neat new gadget has been in constant use ever since, in fact my good lady wife was ignored for some weeks whilst I delved deeper into the capabilities of this piece of kit.The RX1950 display has the ability to switch from portrait to landscape making it very helpful when reading documents, e-mails, faxes and browsing the internet. The only downside to the display is the 5 by 3.5 inch screen. Powered by only 64,000 colours it simply lacks something when viewing web pages. It's a minor gripe as I do this on a very irregular basis but I would prefer something on a par with a TFT monitor in the palm of my hand!
Contained within the features are:Microsoft Word
Each of the features can be accessed by using the stylus pen interfacing with the display. This is simply way cooler than I ever imagined and amused me for days. Another of the features included within word allow for handwriting to be converted into text. Now I have poor handwriting to say the least but this part of the software is awesome, and it never makes a mistake even though I can hardly tell what I've just written!Battery life is good. The RX1950 has a lithium removable battery that is charged in the same way as a mobile phone. A cradle can be purchased but personally I find that with regular use throughout the day the battery lasts for 72 hours and it only takes 5 hours to full charge.
The picture above shows the RX1950 so there is no need to go into a long description. It fits into the palm of my hand and weighs no more than a mars bar.I would say that if you needed a PDA for business use, this is the PDA for you. If you are looking for a PDA for personal use, look for something a little bit cheaper. From what I have seen this costs in excess of £250. If you can get it for £200 rip the sellers arm off.
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