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My advice is to BUY A PALM!  In fact, BUY A WHOLE CASE and give them to your colleagues!

Stan R. Caldwell, P.E.
Dallas, Texas  

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Disclosure:  I do not own and have never owned a PDA.  
However, I do own PLMO stock, and it performs very well.
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Bill Allen wrote:

The only advice I can offer is DON'T BUY PALM. I had two (M5x5) die in just over a year (warranty period naturally) and have several friends have the same experience.

If I were to replace it, it would be with a Pocket PC.

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