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PDA-Need a use

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by EagleOne716, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. EagleOne716

    EagleOne716 Guest

    Hello all:
    I have a question concerning my PDA.
    I obtained one the other day (Palm Vx)..price was right (free), and now I am trying to find something that it can do that my cell phone cannot do.
    I know that there is tons of Palm Software out there but it seems like phones have replaced PDA's.
    Any suggestions? I am a police officer and I am SURE there are applications out there that will make my life easier.
    Thanks for any suggestions
     
  2. Philipp2

    Philipp2

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    I have been carrying one for years and couldnt do without it now.
    Names, Phone numbers (Hundreds of them that I don't need to keep in my phone), addresses with groups of people listed under one company or city, for example, appointments (with reminder alarms), very few games, E-Book reader for when I an stuck somewhere waiting for somebody or something, etc.
    I can look back in my calendar to see when something happened.
    Only problem with carrying it is that it takes up the pocket that I would like to carry my P3AT in.:thumbsup:
     


  3. Steve in PA

    Steve in PA

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    Take up geocaching. I use my older Palm m515 for carrying the info while geocaching.
     
  4. EAJuggalo

    EAJuggalo

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    I used my Handspring when I was in Chicago last year as a gps and map. Made it pretty easy to find my way around the suburbs.