Just For Fun :LOL:

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  1. mikebigball

    mikebigball Junior Member

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    just for fun I thought it might be interesting to see what PDAs people have owned over the years. I am going to include some phones on the list, but only those that also contained at least my calendar and todos. So, here in reverse order is my list:

    Samsung Galaxy 10.1 - 2011
    Motorola Xoom - 2011
    HTC Thunderbolt - 2011
    ViewSonic gTab - 2010
    Huawei S7 - 2010
    HTC Incredible - 2010
    Augen Gentouch 7/8 - 2010
    Samsung Omnia - 2008
    HTC Touch (Vogue) - 2007
    Nokia 770 - 2007
    Motorola Q - 2004 (not a touch device, but a full PDA none-the-less)
    HP Journada - 2002 (got it because the Casio was recalled)
    Casio Cassiopeia - 2002
    Palm IIIc - 2001
    Apple Newton 2100 - 1999
    Apple Newton 130 - 1997
    Apple Newton 100 - 1995
     
  2. Traveller

    Traveller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Tablet / Device:
    Coby Kyros MID9742, Lenovo Tab 4 (8"), numerous phones
    Atari Portfolio (Wish I hadn't given mine away to my ex-sister in law)
    Casio A-11
    Casio A-20 (Still have it)
    Philips Nino (Crushed it by falling asleep in bed with it in my pocket)
    Casio E-15
    Casio PA-2400U (Vertical market handheld identical to A-20, but without keyboard)
    Sharp Mobilon 4600 (Modded the rechargeable battery pack to accept NiMH AA batteries you could buy in a store)
    HP iPaq 1910
    HP iPaq 1945 (Still have it)
    LG Incite (My last Windows Mobile device. Switched to Android at this point.)
    HTC Aria
    Dell Streak
    Samsung Galaxy S4
    Coby Kyros MID-9742
    Motorola Nexus 6
     
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    Sorry but I had to give you props for Casio A-11. That thing is a classic! Can't believe Hitachi made their processor.
     
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    My first mobile phone is Panasonic GD 30. Just in case you don't know that, here it is: first panasonic mobile phone - Google Search:

    LOL.
     

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