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Vaja Palm IIIc Sync-able Case Review

Product Requirements: Device: Palm IIIc The Palm IIIc Sync-able Case from Vaja is a quality all leather, no Velcro case that comes in both a belt clip and non-belt clip version. Like other Vaja cases, they come in a nice variety of color combinations. You can get this case in Black Ostrich, Brown Alligator, Black Alligator, …

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Rotring Trio Pen Review

Product Requirements: Device: All touch screen PDAs The Rotring Trio Pen Essential is a budget priced multi-pen, available from Stylus Central. With a list price of $15.99, it is difficult to be too picky about this multi-pen’s performance; but because every dollar you spend should count, I’ll give you my impressions of the pen. The …

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Palm m100 Review

Product Requirements: Desktop: Windows 98/95 or NT 4.0, 8mb RAM minimum, One available serial port, CD-ROM drive Macintosh Machines: PowerPC Processor, System 7.5.3 or higher The latest offering from Palm Computing is the m100. As in the past, this new device doesn’t have any major improvements, or compelling new features. Basically, it’s a Palm IIIe …

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Extreme Limits Palm IIIc Case Review

Product Requirements: Device: Palm IIIc The Extreme Limit Palm IIIc “Body Suit” is a pebbly black leather, wallet style, play through case. This case is a belt clip model, with a removable clip. I had never heard of Extreme Limit before I was presented with this Palm IIIc case for review, so I was pleasantly …

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Windows Powered Pocket PC Comparison Review

I’ve recently written detailed reviews of all three new generation Pocket PCs: Casio E-115 Compaq iPAQ 3650 Hewlett Packard Jornada 548 In this review I’ll compare all three and help the buyer decide which (if any) is their best choice. Physical Hardware Comparison: Size wise the Casio E-115 is the largest Pocket PC followed by …

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Incipio Case Review

In the words of the guys from Monty Python, “And now for something completely different!” Different in the world of PDA carrying cases, that is. Just take a look at these flashy zipper cases by IncipioTechnologies.  If you think that the standard black leather or rugged khaki nylon styles are not for you, perhaps one …

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E&B Slipper 3C for the Palm IIIc Review

Product Requirements: Device: Palm IIIc The Slipper 3C, made by E&B Company, is a black napa leather case, designed so that you can insert your Palm IIIc and basically never take it out again. I am reviewing the non belt-clip model. There is also a belt-clip version available. I admit that in the past I …

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HP Jornada 548 Color Pocket PC Review

The HP Jornada 548 Color Pocket PC from Hewlett Packard is probably the most overlooked of the current crop of Windows Powered Pocket PC devices. The cloud of hype surrounding the Casio E-115 and the Compaq iPAQ seems to have totally missed the HP which was actually the first Pocket PC available. I’ve already reviewed …

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Silver Slider III Custom iPAQ CF Sleeve Review

The Compaq iPAQ Pocket PC is the most unique Pocket PC available today. What makes it unique is its sleeve expansion feature. The iPAQ can be expanded by purchasing various sleeves such as the Compact Flash Expansion Sleeve, a PC Card Expansion sleeve, or even a Dual PC Card Expansion sleeve. This feature is very …

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Vaja Flip Top Visor Case Review

Device: Handspring Visor Get ready for a sneak peak of what is arguably the Cadillac of PDA cases! I’m talking about the Flip Top Case for the Visor from Vaja. These cases are made in Buenos Aires, Argentina from the finest leather. I’m only reviewing 2 of the Visor cases, but all of the PDA …

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