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Mobile Technologies for on the Go
With life coming at you so fast, it is important to stay abreast of the latest technological terms. Sometimes, there are terms that can apply to different applications.
Take for example mobile technologies. In one instance it is referring to a dual-action processor found in many desktop computers and laptops. In this example, it refers to the use of mobile technology, such as PDAs, pocket PCs and Smartphones. The use of these technologies is increasing every day as more people crave the latest gadgets on the market.
There is especially One great piece of mobile technology that you need to check out is the HP iPAQ Pocket PC HX4700. This is the top of the line model, as far as mobile technologies go, and has received fantastic reviews from both users and the editorial staff of CNET. You can find these reviews at www.cnet.com and take a look at the 7.9 and 7.3 reviews. The website gives insight to new gadgets so you can compare, side to side, with other hand held devices.
All the reviews come from its outstanding performance and speed. The HX4700 is operating on Windows Mobile 2003 2nd Edition and has the capabilities of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, along with a 624 MHz XScale processor from Hewlett Packard. The four inch screen is unbelievable with its color pixels and it features a replaceable battery to ensure that documents and other information are not lost when the battery dies. It also features a large quantity of memory and is equipped with Outlook, Word, Excel and Internet Explorer.
So if there is a downside to the HX4700, then it's all in size. It is a bit bulky, but is still a very sleek pocket PC. There is a small handicap present when the user first operates the new touchpad and this can translate into poor gaming, for those that use their pocket PC for gaming in particular. If you are in the market for a pocket PC for gaming purposes, then you may want to turn to Dell's Axim.
There are plenty of mobile technologies out there when it comes time to make your decision on which model and series to buy. Do not let price be the only determining factor in your decision.
Some models are going to cost more than others, but the price may be worth it in the end depending on what you need. A great example of this is the $399 iPhone from Apple. Most owners would be hard pressed to tell you of any drawbacks to this phone/PDA, besides the staggering price. However, when you compare it to other models from different manufacturers, you may be surprised at how cost effective it really is.
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