Entry Level PDA Or High End PDA?
If you still use a leather-bundled organizer to organize your daily activities you should change it. Time has changes my friend. You can use an electronic organizer called a PDA.
A PDA or Personal Data Assistant is used in present times to manage contacts, schedule appointments, and send email & instant messages. PDA can enable you to keep organized and stay in touch. Here are some handy buying guides to pick the perfect PDA that fit with your needs.
All the multimedia and internet features may sound great, but what is that you really want to do with your PDA? Before you set your mind upon purchasing one, determine what you need out of from a PDA.
Calendaring & Contacts
If you simply want to keep a list of business, personal contacts and keep your schedule straight, you don’t require a higher-end PDA. An entry level PDA like Palm Z22 PDA Handheld is more than enough for you.
Internet & E-mail
Some of the more common functions that you can do with the help of a PDA include sending and receiving E-mail, browsing websites, organizing your calendar and contacts with a more greater Palm or Pocket PC.
A cluster of PDA/cell phone combo devices with the inclusion of Palm Treo, T-Mobile Sidekick and RIM Blackberry let you make calls, browse the Internet, send instant message, email, and execute basic calendar and contact management.
So, to buy a PDA is all back to your needs. If you just want to organize your daily routine activities, read e-book, writing memos, store a photo, alarm function, then you just want an entry level PDA. You can get it with a low cost, but it is covered all your needs for a basic electronic organizer.
But if you want a digital organizer that can make a phone call, send text messages, send and check email, connect to the internet, play music and videos, it seems you need a High End PDA. Of course it will cost you much more than an entry level PDA like Palm Z22 Handheld, but you get more features for the cost you pay.
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