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July 18, 2006, 12:38 pm
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I'm about to get a PALM PILOT. I need one that:
1) Works on Mac
2) Has a backlit KEYBOARD (can type at night)
3) Stable, recent OS
4) Good quality (won't break or stop working mysteriously)
5) Will primarily be used for WORD documents
6) Long battery life
7) Has Wi-Fi
8) Will take memory expansion card
I looked at all the various Palm Pilots, and saw that the SONY CLIEs
seem to be pretty good... but there are so many of them.
They are out of production, so I will get one on eBay.
I figure since they stopped making them, I can now pick the best one
ever made and buy it on eBay.
However, I need your opinions and knowledge on which SONY CLIE to get.
#1 need is a backlit keyboard and of course stability/manufacturing
What is your advice? Would you also recommend anything else that synchs
with a Macintosh that isn't a SONY CLIE? (Palm Tungsten Cs don't have
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Re: Advice Needed: Best SONY CLIE w/KEYBOARD?
I use a 2 year old Tungsten C and here's a point-by-point:
Yep (According to friend, it's seamless on Mac and even Linux machine)
Nope - can always do onscreen grafitti, though <frown>
Yep in Spades
Yep - 2 years flawless operation.
Comes with Dox-2-Go on install disk
Yep. Works well after OS upgrade from Palm (free)
Currently I have a 1Gb card in my T|C and 2x 512's in the case sleeve.
Many available on eBay - get one with original software disk and a hard
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