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Battery indicator, compact, comes with software to...

No power adaptor (need to buy seperatly). The size...

I purchased this PDA (personal digital assistant) in July 2000. It cost me £199.99 then, and now retails for around £150.00. It functions very similar to the Psion Revo, although that costs almost £100 more! It has a variety of different pre-installed programs that can be used effectively through...

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Excellent

“Excellent value”

published 12/07/2000

we bought ours half price! mini pc, touch pen scre...

expensive unless you intend to use it well

We bought one of these for half price in the Tescp Direct half price sale and got it for just £99! It was a great buy! It has an 8mg memory, compatible with wondows and macintosh and it has a word processor, spreadsheet , database and email program on it that you can use with an add-on modem you...

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Excellent

“My new toy”

published 05/08/2001

As good as the Psion 5, cheap

Slightly smaller screen than the Psion 5

As palm computers/PDAs go, the Osaris is cheap. It retails at around £150, whereas its nearest rival, the Psion 5, is nearer £400. So what's the difference? Surprisingly, not much. The Osaris is basically a very good clone of the Psion 5. If you are unfamiliar with palms/PDAs, they are little...

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Excellent

“A great PDA”

published 10/10/2001

Small, light, and easy to use

Screen sometimes hard to see

The Osaris is a PDA, made by the company Oregon Scientific. For those of you who don’t know what a PDA is, it stands for personal digital assistant. And that is exactly what the Osaris is. There are many different programs available on the Osaris, such as word processor, spreadsheet...

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