PDA Advice?

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    Canadian Joe

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    Alrightie, so I've decided that I'm in the market for a PDA - reason being: so I don't have to lug around a big bag full of effing charts...just use jeppview instead, and log all my flights on the thing as well.

    Problem is, I'm really indecisive :lol: Anybody have any suggestions for me?

    One catch: It has to be able to run this.

    Ok, let the suggestions/product bias begin :lol:
     
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    Tomi

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    PDA's, eh? Not a clue. Why not a laptop?
     
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    Neil

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    Uhmm if that program supports windows CE, go with a pocketpc, I got to play with one at work, and they're sweet. And you can get your phone on it too :D
     
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    My new Treo 650 is on the way (shipped today). It's a PDA, camera, MP3 player... And most importantly a cell phone :p . It runs Palm O.S. 5 Garnett (which can suit your software) and can be used with many cell phone service carriers.
     
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    Canadian Joe

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    Thanks guys.

    @Neil: That's what I was leaning towards. I'm pretty sure ALPDA supports CE...I'll hafta make sure though.

    Any suggestions on which pocketpc to look at?
     

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