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  • pda for a mac user?

    Im looking to buy a PDA for use as scheduling and keeping track of phone numbers and web browsing.

    I am a MAC user so I think Windows mobile isn't an option, am I wrong?

    I here palms work well with MAC is this right?


    any recommendations are appreciated








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    Re: pda for a mac user?

    As I've posted before...I LOVE my Palm TX and prior to that, my Palm T2.

    There's always instructions on using the Palm OS with Mac, so I'll go ahead and venture there are many people who use them both.

    For me, it's easier to use then my laptop! So I downloaded Documents to Go so I can compose papers on it (with a cheap, foldable, keyboard I scored) and I use Avant Go for when I can't get a wifi going.

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      Re: pda for a mac user?

      I've used palm software for years on my mac. Anything that will run palm will sync to your mac.

      That being said....there's always the iphone.

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      • #4
        Re: pda for a mac user?

        Blackberry all the way.

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        • #5
          Re: pda for a mac user?

          I've been happy with Blackberry and my Mac, but I didn't have a choice with that one. Windows mobile isn't out of the question. 3rd party software exists so just about anything syncs with anything.


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            Re: pda for a mac user?

            Newton.





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            • #7
              Re: pda for a mac user?

              LOL @ sambo

              a little hard to get one of those on E-bay








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