Handheld Computers Guide - What to Know When Purchasing Your New PDA by Donny Duncan
... Handheld computer devices, also known as PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant) are quickly becoming a necessity for millions of people around the globe. The ability to replace your address book, calendar, calculator, and even some functions of their home computers, can be absolutely priceless. What other item can serve so many functions, and yet, fit in your pocket? Cell phones are now integrating them, there are even handheld gps units becoming available.
Office Organization: How to Use the Tool Professional Organizers Love by Karen Fritscher-Porter
... Manufacturers often call label-making devices different names such as handheld labeling system, electronic labeling system, label printer, handheld labelmaker and electronic labeler. Sizes vary from small handheld devices that you can hold in one hand to large ones about the size of an adding machine. And prices vary starting from $20 to $30 and rising with added features. Look for label-making systems at your nearest office supply retailer. Many other type retailers sell them too.
PDA Pocket PCs by Kristy Annely
... PDA stands for Personal Digital Assistant, a handheld device (small and light enough to be operated while it is held in the hands) that is typically used as a personal organizer. It has evolved into a more complicated computer-like gadget capable of performing a multiplicity of functions, such as serving as wireless communicators for sending and receiving data, faxes, and electronic-mail messages. The PDA concept was first introduced by Apple's MessagePad in 1993, and was later ...
Seven Things to Consider When Choosing a PDA by Jason Kohrs
... Speed may be the main concern on a desktop PC, but the focus is a bit different on handheld devices, where other features are definitely more important. Connectivity Being able to connect a PDA to a computer or other device may be essential for utilizing all of the features to their full potential. Most now make connectivity to a PC via USB the base form of transferring data to the device, but there are a few wireless protocols that may be available on a PDA to make it even more convenient.
Portable Technology: Getting to Know the Treo by Simon Canfield
... including English, German,
Italian, Spanish and French. The Treo 650 CDMA model is
only available in English. This fully operational
communications center and handheld computer is among the
top of the line in portable communications devices. Whichever model you prefer, you wonít go wrong with the
purchase of a Treo. Its compact, lightweight design and
comprehensive package is designed to meet the needs of
virtually every user, without the inconvenience of bulk or
At Home In Your Home Office by Akhil Shahani
... Make sure that your desk is large enough to accommodate the computer as well as other tools, like folders, writing instruments, calculators, handheld devices and whatever. The chair is perhaps the most crucial element in your home office, after you, of course! Donít skimp on this one Ė choose comfortable, yet functional chairs. Ensure that they have an adjustable seat and backrest, so that you can maintain a natural sitting posture. Swivel chairs are a good idea but might damage the flooring.
10 Things to Do With Your Blackberry-No Not the Recipe by Daviyd Peterson
... Wait until the RIM shot goes thru for changing Blackberries to Redberries and then you will have a few more years before another patent lawsuit. (That extra RIM shot was not my fault) 8. Use it as a Bookmark for all the free books you have received on Blackberry Addiction.(see number 5) 9. Check yourself into H P's new state of the art 'Blackberry Smartphones Recovery' center in the Silicon Alley. After 1 week and a new handheld you should be cured of Blackberry Addiction. 10.
The New Economy by Cynthia Kyriazis
... The Internet can be a tremendous timesaving device. You can set it up to deliver information to you on things such as stocks, sports, entertainment, special events, reminders, etc. But beware! If you tend to be a procrastinator or poor time manager, you can spend many hours on the Internet looking for information that may not be important or a priority to you. In fact, it can easily lure you away from your priorities. Use this technology deliberately and wisely.