Sena Cases

Anyone who has known me for very long knows that I am on the eternal quest for the perfect PDA, or Personal Data Assistant. I have tried Palm OS-based devices, from the Palm III to the Sony Clie line (I loved the UX50!). I have also dabbled in the Windows CE and Pocket PC, having used Ipaqs, Jornadas and Casseopias, among others. But what I have learned from these experiences is that the devices themselves are nice, but the accesories available for them can have a big impact on their usefulness as well. Foremost among these is a good case. I mean, you spend hundreds of dollars on one, you would like to protect it as much as possilbe. Thus we arrive at the subject of today’s Family First site.

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Yesterday we looked at a site that provided users a chance to enhance the use of their PDA. That site was for PDAs based on the Pocket PC/Windows Mobile operating system. Today I thought we could look at a site that helps users enhance their use of Palm OS-based devices.

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Ipaq HQ

I recently had to switch the PDA I was using. For the uninformed, PDA stands for Personal Data Assistant, I believe. On it you store information such as names, addresses, schedules, and a variety of other programs and tools. In the past few years, these little gems have increased in processing power and capabilities to the point they can rival a laptop computer. But I have found that once you purchase one, the next best thing you can do is to find a good user group, one that will help you explore the true extent of your new tool/toy, and hopefully not void your warranty.

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There was a bombshell in the PDA world last week, when Sony announced that it was withdrawing it’s Clie line of PDAs from the US market. They gave several reasons, but it all comes down to not making enough money. But there are dedicated Clie users out there (your editor among them) who will keep … Read more…

Handmark

As we become a mobile generation, or rather a more mobile one, the tools that we use in our day to day work and play become just as mobile. Computers have grown smaller, phones have become very small, and our handwritten notepads have become elctronic in nature. Today’s FamSite looks at a company that helps … Read more…