Re: A PDA in every pocket?
Do most of the rest of y'all have PDAs? What is your primary usage of them? What are you hoping for, technology-wise that would prompt you to switch from PDA to handheld PC, or from handheld PC to... what?
I used a Handspring lots in 2000, when I was on a plane twice a week, but it was for me, not work. Collects dust now. Should chuck it. Will. Note to self.
You could see even back then that this all collapses to the phone, ultimately. Cell phones today have many unused features. In the future they'll have more.
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