The Palm Tungsten C.
My response: eh. I had one of those thumb-pad keypads for my Palm for awhile.
Okay, for about 2 hours. I hated it. I’m not sure that even with all the bells and whistles I would be interested in something that makes it harder to get to my beloved grafitti screen.
Also, I run hot and cold on Wi-Fi. On the one hand, cool. On the other, I really like the stuff I read on Bluetooth.
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The Palm Tungsten C.
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Grafitti is good, and I wouldn’t want to lose it. OTOH, I know I was faster at lengthy text entry when I was using my Blackberry.
And since I do WiFi at home, having WiFi-ready Palm would be keen.
Yeah, I know I’d be much more jazzed about this if I had a wireless home network, or even a reason to have one (which I don’t, currently).
All of PSU is Wi-Fi, except the two lecture halls I have class in.
I’ve had an Airport network since the iBook came out.
I wish I had an excuse to get Bluetooth, but theres just nothing that uses it I’m the least bit interested.
In my apartment building there are right now, 14 Wi-Fi basestations broadcasting as public stations.
Hey, it would let you network up down at the game table without creating a tripping hazard. Or in the upstairs TV room, for that matter. Or your bedroom. Or from my basement …
Wi-Fi is cheap, really. Worth consideration.
No, I get the benefits.
But I have no laptop. There’s nothing for me to network with.
PCs can take Wi-Fi.
At home here 2 of the 4 Wi-Fi machines are desktops.
My Winders PeeCee and a Grape iMac DV are Wi-Fi’ed up.
My LCD iMac could be Wi-Fi but was able to hook it up to the gigabit switch.
If my PS/2 could take Wi-Fi that’d rock
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Well, jeez, Doyce, if you had a Tungsten C, you’d have something to network with …
My Sony Clie NX70V has a keyboard and WiFi and I love both. I never use the keyboard, I prefer the grafitti, but I like where they put the keyboard. I like the WiFi for our own home network and I can check my email at Starbucks =)
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