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Personal Digital Assistant or PDA

A personal digital assistant or PDA is rewarding in so many ways.

What I am using right now, Palm T3 is quite handy, though this has been released years ago. There are many features that one can use repeatedly. These are some of the features: Calendar, Task Suite, Contacts page, MS Word, MS Excel, Real Player, Adobe Reader and a lot more features that one can ever need, well, as far as when this model was released ;)

Text twist? Photos? Vice memo and recorder? Alarm Clock? I got these too.

But of course, there is no wi-fi with this model. Can’t have everything. But, there is Bluetooth and it can be used to send and receive text messages, as long as my cell phone’s Bluetooth is connected.

If only the battery life will stay longer, I am perfectly content. Well, we really can’t have it all.


3 Responses to “Personal Digital Assistant or PDA”

  1. Meeya on 03 Jun 2008 at 12:45 am 1

    i used to have the same one! :) i used it to store digital pictures and also to read ebooks. pero when i upgraded my phone to a treo (palm based pa rin siyempre), i let the T3 go ang just stuck with my PDA phone. :)

  2. greenbucks on 05 Jun 2008 at 10:20 pm 2

    Aba, ayos ah. Can’t afford the Treo :) Ke hubby nga yan eh, but he is using an older version. Madami tuloy ako dala. But then ok lang kasi pag all-in-one, pag nawala (knock on wood) its gonna be difficult.

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