With the latest technology, it's becoming easier and more cost-effective to download and read classic novels, stories, poems and other works of literature on a PDA (personal digital assistant). That's why a PDA is the perfect gift for the reader in your life. Or, you may want to drop hints, so you can find a PDA in your Christmas stocking. Here are a few top PDAs for reading ebooks and etext. Read on.
(104MB, Memory Stick, Palm OS 5.0). The Sony Clie PEG-UX40 PDA weighs 6.2 ounces, with Bluetooth® compatibility, e-mail, audio playback, and more.
This PDA is 6.63 ounces in weight (without the protective cover). The PDA has a built-in keyboard: a sliding QWERTY thumb board. The Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 PDA features a voice-recorder, a USB docking station, a protective cover, and more.
(400MHz, 64MB, SD/MMC Card, Pocket PC 2003). This PDA features a built-in keyboard, with integrated Bluetooth® and WLAN 802.11b. The PDA also includes a number of functions, including e-mail, a Web browser, a word processor, and more.
(624MHz, 64MB, SD/MMC Card, Pocket PC 2003). The Dell Axim X30 PDA weighs 4.9 ounces. The PDA comes with Word and Excel, along with a notepad, phonebook, address book and other functions. For wireless, the PDA is integrated with Wi-Fi (802.11b) and Bluetooth®.
(416MHz, 160MB, MMC/SD/SDIO Card, Palm OS v5.4) This PDA weighs 5.1 ounces. The palmOne Tungsten T5 PDA comes with an a word processor, Wed browser, and more.