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Topic # 8238 14-Jun-2006 21:06
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Hi all,
I have previously been through a Psion5  (anyone remember those!!), a couple of iPaqs, more recently a Sony Ericcson P800, and for the last 4 days an HTC Apache. The Apache has exceeded my expectations, and it has been relatively effortless to get it functional in most modalities. It is hooked up to exchange server at work, and I have been impressed by it's ability to connect through either my home wifi or T3G. (And can switch so easily to my xtra email!)
Hoping that I can get some advice on how to get the most form thsi great device  through this forum.
Cheers.

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Reply # 38558 14-Jun-2006 21:14
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Welcome to Geekzone, Snomitz!

I remember when I bought my first PDA I was tossing up between a Palm M105 and an alternative product from Psion. In the end the M105 won because it was cheaper and I felt that it had a bit more of the cool factor!




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  Reply # 38562 14-Jun-2006 21:30
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Thanks Alasta. I do have fond memories of that Psion though. Particularly great was that it ran on two AA batteries which lasted forever and were so simple to replace should power ever get low. Having to always be near a power point when i got my first iPaq was quite a dissappointment! (Going from b&w to colour was a plus though!)

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