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DELL X30 Vs HP4150

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  1. isotonic_uk

    isotonic_uk Thread Starter

    Jun 9, 2002

    I need some advice on PDA’s I am currently in the market for a PDA. I require one for personal use, but mainly for work use. My basic requirements are that it has to be a windows powered pocket PC, Bluetooth, WLAN and MP3 playback and the two that are of particular interest to me are

    The Dell X30 624MHz - £252 – Dell site


    or the Hewlett Packard 4150. - £244 – PC world Online. (very odd to see PC world doing something at a good price, They usual rip people off!!!!!, but it’s the cheapest price I could find on the net)


    Now I do favour the Dell X30 because if I buy it before the 29th Sept I can get it off the dell site with a further 10% discount and as a typical Punjabi I cant miss out on the discount, and also it has a more powerful processor but having read reviews and talking to people, more People are favouring the HP one because of better support and battery life. So I am in a dilemma and as I know you know lot about these things I was wondering if you favoured one of the other. G singh told me that you’d probably be the best person to speak to. One thing I should say is that battery life is Very important, as I need to use it regularly, the WLAN will be used a lot as we have a wireless network throughout the whole school I work at. So I don’t want to have the difficulty of the battery running out and I have been made aware that having the WLAN on will drain the battery.

    Any advice that can be given I would be very grateful , as this is an unknown market for me, I need all the advice I can get.

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