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    nirubhai New Member

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    Please suggest a PDA for my friend. His requirements are,

    1. Keyboard
    2. Touchscreen
    3. Creating/Editing Word, Excel files
    4. Sending Emails through Outlook
    5. Browsing internet sites (EDGE enabled)
    6. Price range around INR 30,000

    In my first research I have understood that, it will take a PDA with Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0. We first got our eyes on i-mate JAMin.... but that device has lots of stability issues.
    Please suggest some good PDA that one can rely on...
     
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    dude
    i jst o2neo today only for19500 mear a shop frm alfa and its rocks man its balck in colur will a dedicated musc key tooo and grt headd phones tbut no mp3 righttome bass and every thing is same as imatejamin
     
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    O2 XDA Neo does not have keyboard. pocket pc without keyboard would sure cost around 20k.
    btw, he needs that phone for work... rahter than entertainment...

    i found k-jam quite suitable. but more suggestions are welcome...
     
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    U can try 'O2 XDA Trion' or 'O2 XDA Zinc',They r similar to K-Jam but with new features.I don't know whether available in India!

    Right Choice!
     
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    u can try the o2 xda mini or o2 xda neo
     
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    If you are open minded,I would suggest you to go for Nokia E61,excellant device with all necessary features:
    -Works well with office applications,
    -Wonderful Outlook for Email management,even you have 'flashing light' indicator for new incoming mails(Gr8 Push Email facility),
    -QWERTY keypad may initially look cramped but once practiced,very easy to follow,
    -Built-in two browsers,one for beautiful HTML browsing and the other for xHTML(WAP) browsing
    -Easy to view all mail attachments,supports almost all formats,
    -Exclusively supports all leading E-mail clients viz.,Blackberry etc.,
    -Future proof with 3G enabled,EDGE+,Wi-Fi (b and g) enabled,Bluetooth,IR & USB data cable connectiviy,
    -Symbian OSv9.1,supports 3rd party applications as well
    -Memory Slot:supports 2GB miniSD easily,
    -Very Decent Pricing: 19.2K,

    Now,Missing specs:

    Absence of Touch Screen,

    Absence of Camera

    No miniUSB support


    If you are intersted, there so many features,space is limiting

    DEFINITELY WORTH TRYING!

    Right Choice!
     
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