Dec 31 2011
Are you considering the purchase of your very first PDA? If so, what should you look for? How much should you spend? What features should you get? Before making the final decision to purchase a PDA, have you thoroughly researched what they can do, and if you really need one or are you just intrigued by having a new gadget like your friends? Letâ€™s start with this question. One of the first and still major uses for a PDA is an appointment book or calendar. If you are currently using an appointment book like a Franklin Planner, the PDA can certainly replace this.
One advantage of a PDA over an appointment book is that changes donâ€™t require constant erasing and re-writing. A PDA is usually backed up on your , so there is always a back-up. A new PDA does not have to be purchased every year like a Franklin Planner, so in the long run it will be cheaper. This plus the previous mentioned advantages may be enough to make the switch. Of course there are many other features and uses for a PDA besides an appointment book, among which are: Address book, Calculator, Access, Notes and document management, Games and GPS.
Given that you are ready to go forward with the purchase, your choice of a PDA model will depend on what you need it forâ€”what you want it to do. Following are some of the important considerations: , Size, Input Options and Battery Life. Finding the best place to purchase your PDA can be done easily with online portals. Ebay of course always has offers. One thing to consider for a PDA is a buyers protection plan that is offered by many local retailers.
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