The real point of any device is - does it meet your needs. If it looks great or "inspires" you then all the better. Glad to see you are getting use out of Windows on a mobile platform, and I too hope that Mobile 7 will go a long way as a refresh.theoscentral said:
I love my Windows Mobile Device. Windows Mobile 7 will hopefully help the plummet!
I totally agree. If there was a PDA like device running Android, particularly if it still had GPS, i would totally get it. I do get a lot of use out of my Ipod Touch, but GPS is the main thing i would love while being out and about.natefalk said:
I've rarely hear anyone say something good about the iPhone.
I have never felt the need to invest in a Smart phone. If the service plans didn't cost twice as much as I'm paying now for my cell phone, I might consider an Android. Mainly b/c of the GPS.
Keep an eye out for some of the new small form-factor tablets. They are starting to hit now at the $100 mark (to the suppliers), so the cost will be pretty low, and the ones I have seen are small Android powered slate-style units - smaller than the iPad, but bigger than a standard PDA, with high quality video and, of course, the Android apps library behind them. Might be just what the doctor ordered for you.compdata said:
The sad thing is that no one is selling PDAs anymore. If someone other than Apple sold a PDA like device (Ipod touch is the only one available at any decent price), i would seriously consider it. However, everything is a phone these days with either very hefty price tag or even heftier subscription fees.