189 Results for

pda

Review

Fossil Wrist PDA FX2008

From the tiny display to the difficult input methods, the Fossil Wrist PDA isn't worth the price. Windows users interested in a smart watch will find their needs better met with one of Microsoft's SPOT watches.

By March 3, 2005

2 stars Editors' rating March 3, 2005

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Review

Mio 168RS (GPS/PDA combo)

Though still a practical PDA/GPS combo, the Mio 168RS offers few compelling improvements over its predecessor.

By July 12, 2005

2.5 stars Editors' rating July 12, 2005

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Review

Belkin Wireless Infrared PDA Keyboard

While it's well priced and easy to use, small keys and a flimsy design keep this PDA keyboard from earning top marks.

By October 7, 2004

3 stars Editors' rating October 7, 2004
Editors' Take

Gateway 100X PDA

Gateway 100X PDA

By June 23, 2003

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Editors' Take

I-Mate PDA-N - handheld - Windows Mobile 5.0 - 2.8

The I-mate PDA-N offers advanced features such as VoIP support and GPS navigation, but is it worth the eye-popping price? Read our First Take for our initial impressions.

By January 31, 2006

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Editors' Take

Fossil Wrist PDA

Fossil Wrist PDA

By November 18, 2002

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Article

Report: Apple, Google showed interest in Palm

Several prominent Silicon Valley companies showed interest in the PDA pioneer, including Apple and Google, before HP turned in the winning bid, says report.

By July 15, 2010

Article

Apple Talk: Upcoming Netbook or PDA?

In recent Mac news, Apple's new unibody laptop line has scored big points in Consumer Reports magazine. There are several news Web sites that discuss what this may mean for the Mac laptops, especially when there are reports of potential upcoming price cut

By May 8, 2009

Article

HP buying Palm for $1.2 billion

Hewlett-Packard says it will purchase the PDA and smartphone pioneer for $5.70 per share, a premium of 23 percent, in a deal expected to close by the end of July.

By April 28, 2010

Video

Ep. 570: Where we buy Palm for five bucks and a coke

In a sneak attack move that left everyone (including CNET's own Bonnie Cha) on Wednesday HP, not HTC, announced that it will buy Palm for $1.2 billion. Many industry pundits consider the partnership out of left field, few remember HP's early foray in the world of Personal Digital Assistants (PDA) starting with the Jornada handhelds that even found their way into the capable hands of Dennis Richards in the James Bond film "The World is Not Enough."

By April 29, 2010