Generic PDA related

Product Requirements: Device: Many PDAs. The Chameleon line of styli from Pilot Pentopia have been popular with PDA owners for quite awhile now. In the past, we’ve taken a look at several of versions, including ones for the Sony CLIÉ n700 series, Palm m100 series, and Palm III series. Pilot Pentopia now have a brand… Read More

Device: Available for Palm, Handspring Visor, HP Jornada, Compaq iPAQ, Sony CLIÉ, Casio, Sharp Zaurus, Toshiba, as well as the Samsung, Kyocera and Visor PDA/phones and Newton handhelds By now, every Gadgeteer reader knows that I am a firm believer in PDA screen protection. If you have read some of my previous reviews on this… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Palm V/m500 series, HP/Compaq iPAQ, and Sony NR & T series CLIÉs   It’s been a while since I wrote a review about PDA screen protectors, and I was starting to wonder if any more companies were going to come out with something new. Well, Innopocket has stepped up and introduced their… Read More

Product Requirements: Your Car’s Windshield, or any Smooth SurfaceDevice:Works best with Square Shaped PDA’s Will Hold any PDA   I really tried with this one.  Really I did.  You’ll notice the date on this review…Its almost a month over due.  While I owe Julie and Judie a big apology for blowing the deadline on this… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Any touch screen device I haven’t written a stylus review in quite awhile. Why? Mainly because I haven’t found one to spark my interest in a long time. It seems like most of the new styli that I’ve seen advertised are huge 584 function pens that require you to devote an entire… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Various PDAs and mobile phones I really appreciate products that have been designed to be functional as well as innovative. The power charging products that I’m about to review from Seidio show true ingenuity. As a Gadgeteer, I have quite a few Palm and Pocket PC PDAs. When I travel, I always… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Any touch-screen device Do you remember the Transformers cartoons? How these robots could change from one form to another when needed – just in time to do the job at hand. Well I want to tell you that there is a way that you can carry two ballpoint pens, a highlighter, a… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Any PDA with dimensions of 5.5" tall x 3.5" wide x 0.75" thick   One of the things that I have often wished for when reviewing PDA cases was that a manufacturer, any manufacturer, would take their product to the next level. Instead of offering just an alligator or ostrich embossed case… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: XXX “Don’t forget the pants…” This phrase has haunted me since it was told to me repeatedly in 1995. I was making my big independent film and there was a single piece of costuming that I had to bring for a night’s shoot – guess what I did? I forgot the pants… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Most Palm / Pocket PCs So, I’m sitting in the movie theater watching Resident Evil and one of the elite security personnel (the techie geek) whips open a little Libretto-looking jobber strapped to his left forearm with maps and information about the secret lab complex. No, this is not a movie review… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Any touch-screen PDA For those of you that don’t want to use the thin stylus that fits in your PDA’s silo, finding a good multi-pen that includes a stylus tip just makes sense. Like every other thing in life, there are many different choices that you can make when deciding which multi-pen… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Any PDA An imagination is a great thing. And, you’ll definitely get to exercise yours if you decide to check out the PDA Pivot from CyberKnight Intl. Corp. What is the PDA Pivot? Well, it is basically a hinge that you attach to your PDA with Velcro. Doesn’t sound very exciting does… Read More

On a typical day, a person wouldn’t normally mention the words pocket knives and PDAs in the same sentence. Just the idea conjures up nightmarish thoughts of someone trying to use a pen knife as a stylus substitute! EEP! But in this case, I can talk about pocket knives and PDAs together and not feel… Read More

Product Requirements: A "round stick style" ball-point pen or a regular wooden pencil Are there those of you out there that regularly carry a Bic ballpoint in your pocket? If you are, and you don’t like using the skinny little stock stylus that came with your PDA, then you might like to check out the… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: PDAs of dimensions 5 1/4 x 3 1/4" When I was at Fall Comdex 2001 I saw a new RhinoSkin case that practically had me salivating. A nice front flip up case that used elastic plastic rings to hold III-style devices in place, the Molded EVA Foam Sportcase was calling my name… Read More