Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Apr 2007 22:20 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Dell has stopped selling its Axim line of handhelds and is not planning a new product in the category, the computer maker said on Monday. "The Axim X51 family is no longer being offered, and we have no plans for a follow-on product at this time," Dell spokeswoman Anne Camden said in an email. Camden noted that the company does sell handhelds from other makers on its website, including GPS devices and smartphones.
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what PDA is good these days?
by project_2501 on Wed 11th Apr 2007 11:05 UTC
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what PDA is good these days? i've been a bit out of touch with these thing. something that is quick, fast, and has good wireless and browsers and apps/tools. don't care so much about OS ...

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RE: what PDA is good these days?
by helf on Wed 11th Apr 2007 15:35 in reply to "what PDA is good these days?"
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Either a PPC or sorts or a Linux base handheld. Like the Zaurus... Those are really the only ones left.

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Rev.Tig Member since:

I think Sharp have canned the Zaurus now ;) even if they haven't the last few models have been only available in Japan and have been expensive to import ;)

I did love my 5500 but the battery is now shot and it is a little on the large size but the thumbpad was a wonderful. ;)

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tmanop2006 Member since:

They make great additions to any tech company's "Tech Museum".

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