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PDA or iTouch

by Kngohps / January 20, 2010 10:40 AM PST

I am a college student. I currently have an ipod classic, and am in the market to buy a pda. I would mostly use to-do list, notes, calender and contacts. Also would use wifi for checking scores to games, e-mail, and weather or occasinal web surfing when bored. Was wandering what would be better an itouch or PDA. If i had a PDA i would keep ipod classic for music, but if i got an iTouch i would just use that so music use on the PDA isn't too important. Wouldn't really need to edit or work with documents, but that does sound like a possible idea if needed. Maybe be useful to carry persentatins from a computer to school (i don't know if this is possible.)?

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