Other PDA related

New Zealand’s Nutshell Corporation makes a series of cases for handheld devices called “Tuff-as-Nuts”. Gadgeteer Mike Reigel verified that the name was appropriate back in 2003. They combine that reputation with an interesting fastener in a tough wallet case for your smartphone. The main body of the case is a nice piece of gorgeous leather… Read More

Got your vinyl stored away in boxes somewhere?  Grab out the best (or worst) record and revive its sound (well kinda). London Designer Paul Cocksedge molds old 12″ records into a smartphone amplifier, working on the same principles as the gramaphones of old. Paul will be heating and molding old LP’s at an Exhibition called… Read More

Ever need another hand with your phone, ebook, or other device? Maybe something you can clip to a table edge, wheelchair tray, or stroller handle? The iLevel takes a well-designed device holder and combines it with a strong gooseneck and clamp to accomplish this. iLevel offers a handy device holder and clamp in a few… Read More

Good bye, sayonara, far well, adiós, nice knowing ya Kin.  The tween/teen generation for which the Kin was targeted has spoken and they did not embrace the Kin as Microsoft had hoped.  The socially included phone is being rolled off due to lack luster sales, which may be due to the fact that it was… Read More

The Vaja Classic Pouch for the Blackberry 8700 has been my most anticipated case in quite a long time. This was primarily due to the fact that my stock belt-clip holder has been broken for some time now and the clip was rubbing/marring my device. While being very utilitarian, this horizontal ‘pouch’ has all the Vaja style and craftsmanship that we have come to love & expect.

Product Requirements: Any of the PDAs, Cell Phones or Digital Cameras listed here Most of you know by now that my favorite protectors are the ultra clear ones – the type that look and feel like a naked PDA’s screen when installed. One of Julie’s and my favorite vendors, Brando Workshop, has recently come out… Read More

Product Requirements: These protectors are available for just about every make of PDA. A complete list is here. I am really impressed with the number of long-wearing PDA screen protectors that have cropped up over the last two years. It wasn’t so long ago that I was buying WriteRights from the now defunct Concept Kitchen… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Sony Ericsson P800/P802 PDA/GSM phone Finding a play through case for the innovatively designed PDA/GSM phone hybrid, the SE P800, can be quite challenging. Enter the Brando P800 leather case with belt clip, with its ruggedly handsome design (of course, beauty is in the eye of the beholder). As you can see… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Sharp Zaurus SL5500 I’ve always liked Extreme Limit cases, but I’ll admit that after writing reviews of what must be a dozen or more, I wasn’t all that excited when they said they were going to send me yet another one to review. This time it was a case for the Sharp… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: Win95, 98, NT, 2000, XP This is a review of a mini PDA that is more of a novelty item than a real productivity tool. The P@L-mate is a touch screen PDA (I use that term loosely) that looks like an itty bitty Palm m100. Made of plastic, the P@L-mate is available… Read More

Product Requirements: Device: PC or Mac with CD-ROM Drive LocalTalk or RS-232-compatible serial connection A new crop of PDAs have just been released, and yet another are being groomed for a fall launch – but is the latest and greatest gizmo always the best? As I have already made my PDA purchase for the near… Read More

Product Requirements: Desktop: Windows PC for syncing application How would you like to shrink your PDA down to the size of a keychain? Or even better, how would you like to actually turn your PDA into a keychain? Sound interesting? That’s what I thought when I first heard about the Magic-i Keychain Mini Databank from… Read More

Product Requirements: Desktop: Windows 95, 98 The ECHO PDA from Oregon Scientific is a REX-like device. As a PC card sized PDA, the REX became popular in 1997. An updated version named the REX Pro was released a year or so later. There have been subsequent other upgrades with the REX 6000 by Xircom being… Read More

Product Requirements: Desktop: Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, or 2000 I’m a REX 5000 user, and I find the little device quite useful, though not quite “indispensable” as my cell phone would be. I recently “upgraded” to the REX 6000 and found the experience less than entirely satisfactory. The 6000 hardware is really quite impressive… Read More

Product Requirements: Desktop: IBM-compatible Pentium 90 PC or higher. Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT 4.0 (SP5). 32MB RAM. Mouse. Microsoft Explorer 4.0 or Netscape Navigator 4.0 or later. One available RS232 port. 20 MB of available hard disk space. Dial-Up or LAN Internet connection availability and simplify sentences. The Cybiko from Cybiko, Inc. is a crossbreed between… Read More