Read the reviews of the new MiTAC Mio 168, the MiTAC Mio 558, and the ASUS MyPal A716 Pocket PCs. The MiTAC Mio 168 has a built-in GPS receiver, the MiTAC Mio 558 has a fast processor, plenty of ROM, dual card slots, built-in Wi-Fi/Bluetooth, and the Asus MyPal A716 Pocket PC has a great battery life. Games Editor Allen Gall reviews the latest games which include Churchi Kerling, Gamebox Gems, Gilbert Goodmate, Cubis, and more. Jim Karpen gives the details on synchronizing your Pocket PC with a Mac in his article. Diane Dumas takes a look at a number of Bluetooth accessories including the D-Link Bluetooth adapter, the Concord Eye-Q Go wireless camera, the Jabra FreeSpeak BT200 headset, and more.
In the Enterprise section Mike Colwell presents a case study which details how Krispy Kreme Doughnuts uses Pocket PCs for route automation. Eddie Rogers shares his personal experiences of house construction and how it led to the creation of the Pocket PC application Construction Manager. Barry Shilmover takes a look at Talla-Tech?s ruggedized R-PDA-39 which was originally developed for the military but was redesigned and is now available for the business market. Chris De Herrera?s article will help you choose between a Pocket PC Phone Edition and a Smartphone.
A doctor in Iran used his Pocket PC for disaster medical relief after the earthquake, read his profile. The issue also has news, tips, information on new products, regular columns, and more.