[NTLK] New PDA gizmo folks might be interested in.
dan at dbdigitalweb.com
Tue Feb 6 16:23:35 EST 2018
Oh I remeber the Sharp Zaurus. I had thought about one back in the day,
as it was one of the few that offered a way to export/import data to a
PC. But in the end I went the Newton route and was never sorry. :)
I LIKE the idea of a real keyboard. I can't type much on a screen. I
have thought about getting a external keyboard and see if that makes a
difference, but in the end I don't know if I would use it even then. If
I want/need to write I use a laptop or a Mp2100 with the keyboard (in a
handstand case) or a Emate. But I suppose if traveling light were a
issue, it would be great.
Looking at this though, I thought there were Android keyboard cases for
most phones or tablets? Having it built in is certainly better, but I
wonder if such add-on would do the same thing for less cost?
Regardless I DO like the idea of it.
On 2/6/2018 3:05 AM, Forrest wrote:
> As a collector of ancient and obsolete PDAs (in addition to my MP2100 I also have a Sharp Zaurus ZR-5800, Handspring Visor, BlackBerry Curve, HP Jornada, HP iPAQ, etc.), I am intrigued by this device. While I don’t see it replacing my iPhone or iPad Pro, the idea of a “real” keyboard on such a small device has a definite appeal.
> Is there anyone “out there” actively considering this?
More information about the NewtonTalk