As for Pda i would go with Hp they have good product just like this one keep track of lot of thing appointment and what you suppose to get done today plus have people birthday also when is payday on your job how long it would take to get out of debit so yes i can said this pda would come in handle more than people think so i would go buy this product plus charge is not that long plus charge it in the car
I ordered on of these a few days ago for under £150 (inc. VAT) as it was an open box product. It arrived the next day with no documents missing (in fact the pack of documentation hadn't been opened) and the PDA was unused along with everything in the box that was supposed to be there.
I was surprised at how small and light it was and the unit didn't get hot even while charging. I'm a university student and I use it mainly to keep track of my lectures and contacts. My campus has many wireless hotspots so it's very easy to get emails and access the net using the built in wifi. Obviously battery life varies with usage but on average I charge it once every few days.
The built in storage and memory is fairly small and things start to slow down if you run too many programs. The lack of storage isn't an issue however as I've ordered a 2 GB SD card which will allow me to use the device as a good sized mp3 player. The 320x240 display is very clear and easy to read.
It lost one star as it doesn't have Bluetooth which would have been useful for transferring files from my phone, although it does have an IR port so it's still possible.
With integrated wireless, the HP iPaq Pocket PC Rx1950 is the best option for PDA. You don't need to buy a SDIO Card to have wireless in your PDA, so this is a real option if you want to buy a great PDA.
It has Windows Mobile, so you can stay tuned with your friends and have their photo in your PDA, or, listen to music, watch photos...
You can remove your battery and still keeping the good work. So you can still save information is your battery is running out of energy.
The bad thing is the price. But, if you have a job, this is a good option to keep your problems out when you are working hard.