Get the October/November 2004 issue of Pocket PC magazine in MS Reader format and read it anywhere on your Pocket PC, desktop PC, laptop PC, or tablet PC.
In this issue:
Windows Mobile devices may not look the same as they look now in a few years. You''ll see faster and more efficient displays in a variety of sizes and shapes, smaller memory cards, intelligent wireless connectivity, and more. The cover story for this issue takes a look at the future of Windows Mobile devices.
Portable Media Center devices are coming soon. These devices expand on the concept of the iPod. You can not only listen to music on these devices; you can also transfer and watch recorded TV shows, watch videos, and browse through pictures. Get a preview of these devices.
European users could soon see dual-mode mobile phones. These phones connect via Bluetooth to the home or office network and then switch to GSM or 3G when you are moving around. Becky Benfield sheds some light on Project Bluephone.
Read the review of the new Dell Axim X30 Pocket PC. It has Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition, which includes the ability to change from Landscape to Portrait mode on the fly. It also sports the latest super-fast Intel PXA270 624MHz Intel micro-processor.
In his Games Roundup column Allen Gall reviews a number of puzzle games, which include Concentrix, Dynomite, nCircle, and more.
A new e-book reader will let you read e-books on your Smartphone. Read the review of Tiny eBook Reader.
Conversions In Hand is a powerful unit converter that lets you translate between standard units for area, length, energy, fluid, force, fuel, power, pressure, speed, temperature, volume, weight, and more.
Two articles in this issue discuss Wi-Fi, one of them tells you about the pragmatic usefulness of wireless networking while the other details on how you can become a Wi-Fi power user with no-cost and low-cost solutions.