> > Psion Series 5 MX 16Mb EP2+PsiWin £319
> Hmm.. I doubt they'll have any in stock quite yet, as it's only just been
> announced (http://5alive.psionking.com/mx/5mxindex.htm), but they look
> pretty groovy and no doubt they'll be taking pre-orders.
><slashdot groupie>does it run linux?</slashdot groupie>
> Well, I use a Palm V, and we're certainly still very much in love, even
> after the initial euphoric rush has died down, and are both looking
> forward to a long and happy relationship.. well, OK, I like it, right?
><slashdot groupie>does it run linux?</slashdot groupie> And how much is a
> There's a suite of Unix connectivity applets for the Palm machines which
> do just about everything the Windows stuff will do, but they're a bit
> less polished, obviously. As an MH freak, I love being able to just file
> relevant mail into a folder (pilot, in my case) and have it downloaded
> to the Palm machine automagically, and outgoing mail uploaded and
> injected into the system. It's kind of bare-bones and very command
> line oriented, but that's groovy with me as I'm a command line kind of
>what's the native mail client like? mail is the nr 1 function for me, hence
the importance of being able to run linux. First thing i'd do is try and get
Pine to compile on it. So i guess development tools are another important
seems like there's no clear consensus so far.
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