`-_-' In hoc signo hack, Peter da Silva.
'U` "Milloin halasit viimeksi suttasi?"
I do not recall seeing any posting on Cassioppia at all - possibly I'veQuote:> I do not see any posts regarding Handheld PC like Cassioppia A11 any more.
I was considering buying one when it came out but decided against it. When
the E110 E115 came out, I thought again - but there were NO support at all -
no newsgroups, no Casio sponsored newsgroups, no download sites, etc. -- so
I gave it a miss.
I made a mistake of buying a Psion - SDK is expensive (comparatively) and
there are very few programs (compare to Palm). The unit I bought did not
have Flash Rom so I cannot upgrade the OS. Two months after I bought the
Psion 3a, MS released Win98 and Office 97 - the Psion only supported Win95
and Office 95 - so I couldn't synchronize.
In short to answer your question - yes and no. Yes - certain brands will die
a slow / sudden death - if they do not provide support and have upgradeable
Flash ROMS. Even my friends whop bought the low end version of Palm &
Handspring - (non upgradeable) are regretting it.
I am sure there will be more to come - check out the following VERYQuote:> IS there any new things happening in Handheld PC? With thanks.
Greetings! Are handheld PCs like Casio A11 dead? [or is it just resting
as in Monty Python's sketch? ] With thanks.